We provide comprehensive services to address your behavioral and primary care health needs.

ACT Team

The ACT Team is an evidence based service delivery model that provides intensive, highly specialized case management services for challenging to serve consumers. It is a multidisciplinary team of professionals who are mobile and function interchangeably to provide treatment, rehabilitation and support services to assist individuals to live successfully in the community. ACT team services...

Connections Clubhouse

Connections is a psychosocial rehabilitation clubhouse of Catawba Valley Behavioral Healthcare. It was established in 1990 through Mental Health Services of Catawba County in response to the need for an ongoing community support program for adults with behavioral health disorders experiencing mental illness. Connections is specifically designed for adults (18 and older) who have a...

Life Skills

LifeSkills Day Treatment program provides independent living skills and pre-vocational training opportunities for individuals with mild to profound intellectual developmental disabilities. The program is designed to assist individuals who need special help to develop basic work, social and daily living skills. Staff are specially trained to identify consumer's existing level of functioning and to help...

Outpatient Treatment

Outpatient Treatment services at Catawba Valley Behavioral Healthcare include: Comprehensive Clinical Assessment Psychiatric Evaluation Medication Management Individual, Group and Family Therapy Our outpatient services staff include:  Registered Nurses, Physician Extenders, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Master's level Psychologists and Psychiatrists, and Licensed Behavioral Health Therapists. Locations Nursing staff and psychiatric providers are available at both the Hickory...

Residential Services

Residential Services at Catawba Valley Behavioral Healthcare includes: Four group homes serving adults with intellectual developmental disabilities One group home serving adults with behavioral health disorders Thirty-six supervised apartment units serving adults with behavioral health disorders and/or intellectual developmental disabilities to live as independently as possible in their own communities Locations Our group homes are...

Peer Support

Peer Support at CVBH is certified staff or volunteers, who are in the process of their own recovery, assist people with mental health and/or substance use issues to identify, obtain, and achieve life goals as part of their own recovery process. Peer Support services may help those who: Are in crisis and need additional support...

Mobile Crisis Management

Mobile Crisis Services are interventions provided in response to a crisis in order to reduce the acute symptoms which relate to behavioral health emergency and to prevent admission of an individual to a hospital or other restrictive environment. Telephone crisis support and mobile response is offered for work, home, school, and community. Community mobile response is available...

Jail Services

CVBH operates a Jail Services program in Burke, Catawba and Lincoln Counties. The Jail Services Program provides behavioral health assessments and substance use treatment services in the Burke, Lincoln and Catawba County jails. The voluntary treatment is based on a nationally recognized structured integrated mental health and substance use curriculum. Program staff also provide follow-up with inmates after their release....

Primary Care

People with mental and substance use disorders face a variety of challenges in the management of their healthcare.  As a result of these challenges they may have a lower quality of life and shorter life expectancy.  This is mostly due to under and untreated chronic illnesses like hypertension, diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease. These illnesses are...

MORES

Mobile Outreach, Response, Engagement, and Stabilization (MORES) is a mobile intervention for children and adolescents ages 5 to 21 years experiencing escalating emotional or behavioral needs. MORES Team responds to Family Defined Crisis.  A crisis occurs when: One's sense of balance is disrupted Coping and problem-solving skills that worked in the past are not working...

LEAD

Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion, (LEAD) is a harm reduction approach that seeks to accomplish the goals of reduced criminal behavior and improved public safety by connecting low-level drug offenders with treatment, social services, and other community resources.  This approach has proven to save money with demonstrated success in reducing future criminal behavior as opposed to processing...