RHA Health Services offers comprehensive services and supports for adults and children living with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) across the state of North Carolina. Our IDD services are committed to the dignity, independence and equitable treatment of people with intellectual disabilities, as well as their full inclusion into the communities around them.
In North Carolina, we provide residential services — community-based and group home living options, as well as large medical centers, day and employment supports, Community Alternative Programs for Disabled Adults (CAP/DA) and Children (CAP/C), Alternative Family Living (AFL) services, and much more!
Learn more about our disability services in North Carolina:
Residential Services in North Carolina
Our residential services in North Carolina are designed to meet every level of need, from Independent and Family-Model Living, including group homes for adults with disabilities, to large medical centers with intensive, specialized care for adults and children who are medically fragile.
Day & Employment Supports in North Carolina
Our day supports are services for all ages that focus on helping people set and reach personal goals, form and sustain meaningful community connections and relationships, achieve positive outcomes in health and wellness, and more.
We also offer an array of supported employment services, including Vocational Rehabilitation, to help adults with disabilities obtain competitive employment and provide the training and skills needed for them to work as independently as possible.
Alternative Family Living (AFL) Services in North Carolina
Alternative Family Living (AFL) is an innovative model of providing support and care for disabled adults and children who require help with day-to-day activities and whose needs can be met by an individual or family in a natural home setting.
Community Alternative Program for Disabled Children & Adults (CAP/C & CAP/DA)
The CAPC/C Program provides home and community-based services to medically fragile children (ages 21 and under) who are at risk of long term hospital care because of their medical needs.
CAP/DA provides community and home care for disabled adults who are at risk of being placed in a nursing facility. We coordinate programs that allow them to stay at home with their families.
Anson Children’s Center – Daycare Program
Anson Children’s Center is a unique, five-star rated center-based daycare program for both typically developing and special needs children from birth to five years old. The center is ranked in the top 25 percent of North Carolina’s childcare centers.
The NC START program provides prevention and intervention services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and complex behavioral needs through crisis response, training, consultation, and education. The goal is to create a support network that is able to respond to crisis needs at the community level. Providing community-based, person-centered supports that enable an individual to remain in their home or community placement is the first priority.