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    1. Alamance-Caswell-Rockingham Local Management Entity

    2. Walk-In Crisis Services Walk-In Crisis Services are available Monday-Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm in all three counties. These services may be accessed at the following sites:

    3. Walk-in Crisis Service sites Alamance Caswell Rockingham LME Alamance County 319 Graham-Hopedale Road, Suite A, Burlington, NC 27217 Caring Family Network Caswell County 339 Wall Street, Yanceyville, NC 27379 Advanced Health Resources Rockingham County 730 S. Scales Street, Suite B, Reidsville, NC 27230

    4. After-Hours Crisis Services Alamance Regional Medical Center Mobile Crisis Services Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide crisis stabilization, interventions and prevention activities. These services can be accessed after hours by calling the 24-hour Crisis Hotline (1-888-543-1444). To access these services Monday-Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm call the Mobile Crisis Team (336) 538-1220

    5. Sponsorship Resources Alamance Regional Medical Center Holly Hill Hospital Moses Cone Behavioral Health Center Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services Liaison Resource Morehead Hospital Liaison Advanced Health Resources (8am-5pm) A significant thing that came out of the surveys was that people were not aware of the current crisis resources that they had in their communities. As a result of this we are meeting with major stake holders in our communities and sharing with them how to access our services, with emphasis on crisis services. .We developed this brochure A Guide to Accessing Mental Health, Developmental Disability, and Substance Abuse Services, to give to our stakeholders (to see who we met with so far see attached link). When meeting with Morehead hospital, one of the things they identified as a need is someone to come in and do assessments for them. This is how the Liaison position came about.A significant thing that came out of the surveys was that people were not aware of the current crisis resources that they had in their communities. As a result of this we are meeting with major stake holders in our communities and sharing with them how to access our services, with emphasis on crisis services. .We developed this brochure A Guide to Accessing Mental Health, Developmental Disability, and Substance Abuse Services, to give to our stakeholders (to see who we met with so far see attached link). When meeting with Morehead hospital, one of the things they identified as a need is someone to come in and do assessments for them. This is how the Liaison position came about.

    6. Detoxification & Crisis Bed Settings Residential Treatment Services Freedom House

    7. Crisis Respite Respite for children-Easterseals Respite: Therapeutic Homes that provide treatment, structure and supervision to children with serious emotional disturbance while providing temporary relief to primary caregivers in order to reduce the constant and often stressful care of the child.

    8. Crisis Committee 1. Identify service gaps, identify strategies to address the gaps and help implement strategies to fill the gaps. 2. Monitor the provision and utilization of crisis services. 3. Provide community education and coordination of Crisis services. 4. Review and monitor implementation of the ACR LME Crisis Plan for all three counties.

    9. References Crisis Plan: including plan updates, and meeting minutes http://www.acmhddsa.org/crisis_plan.html TAC Monograph: A Community Based Comprehensive Psychiatric Response System http://www.tacinc.org/Pubs/crisisresponse.htm