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About Alliance Health

Alliance Health is a managed health care company. That means we manage the costs, use and quality of your health care.

We operate one of North Carolina's Behavioral Health and Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities (BH/IDD) Tailored Plans, and also serve NC Medicaid Direct beneficiaries in our region.

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State-funded Recipients

State-funded Recipients

When people who are not insured by Medicaid, but instead receive state-funded services as part of the Alliance Health Tailored Plan, they are called “recipients” of the plan.

On October 1, 2023, Alliance Health will begin operating a Behavioral Health and Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Tailored Plan. When people are not insured by Medicaid but instead receive state-funded services as part of the Alliance Health Tailored Plan, they are called “recipients.” Limited state-funded services are for individuals who do not have insurance or are under-insured.

What is a Tailored Plan?

Tailored Plans manage many kinds of care a person needs to be healthy. They are designed for:

  • People with significant behavioral health (mental health and substance use disorders) needs
  • People with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DDs)
  • People who are part of the Innovations and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Waivers
  • Non-Medicaid behavioral health, intellectual/developmental disabilities and TBI services for uninsured and underinsured North Carolinians
What is a Tailored Plan?

What kinds of care are available with the
Alliance Health Tailored Plan?

  • Behavioral health services including outpatient therapy, medication management, intensive outpatient substance use disorder treatment, and an array of community and in-home treatment services
  • Support and residential services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Behavioral health crisis services with several being available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Community resources including housing, employment training and other supports that promote recovery)

Who provides these services?

The services and supports available through the Alliance Tailored Plan are offered by a large and diverse network of physical and behavioral healthcare providers in communities across the counties we serve. Each one has earned a reputation for successfully serving people with Medicaid or who are uninsured.

Alliance works to be sure recipients have access to many kinds of effective and innovative care.

Who provides these services
This page was last reviewed for accuracy on 04/13/2023