The NC Council for Women/Domestic Violence Commission is looking for adult mental health, I/DD and substance use disorder treatment contracted providers to take part in this access to healthcare survey. The survey will assist the Commission in identifying where the trauma-informed care services are available across the state, the types of evidenced-based practices that are provided to victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence, what partnerships exist between behavioral health/IDD providers and victim service agencies and potential training needs. The provider agency survey questions are designed to address how trauma-informed care services and evidenced-based practices are provided to victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence and the relationship the agency has with their local domestic violence and sexual assault providers. The survey for the agency’s Licensed Professionals will focus on training, delivery of services, clinical practices and engagement of victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
Access and Information Center:
We want to make it easy for you to get the services or information you need. You can call the Alliance Access and Information Center toll-free 24 hours a day.
Representatives are available 8:30am-5:15pm Monday-Friday to answer provider questions about authorization, billing, claims, enrollment and credentialing, the Alpha Provider Portal or other issues.
Confidential Fraud and Abuse Line:
You are encouraged to report matters involving Medicaid fraud and abuse. If you want to report fraud or abuse, you can remain anonymous. Learn more.
Alliance maintains community offices in Durham, Wake, Cumberland and Johnston counties. Addresses and directions to the Alliance offices.