NC START: North Carolina Systemic Therapeutic Assessment Resources Treatment
The NC START program provides prevention and intervention services to individuals with intellectual, 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.
Free Specialized Training
In addition to the trainings listed below, our START teams can develop individualized and specialized training to meet your needs.
West Team Clinical Education Schedule – All CETs are scheduled from 1:30 – 3:30pm
Free Registration: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register
|9/22/2020||Hickory||Symptoms of Psychosis in Individuals with an Intellectual/Developmental Disability|
Note: Until further notice, all CETs will be held on Zoom. The locations listed above are to help us keep the cycle rolling.
Asheville CETs are held at the NC START West office – JPS Building (79 Woodfin Place Suite 102 Asheville, NC)
Hickory CETs are held at Partners BHM – First Plaza Building (1985 Tate Blvd. Hickory, NC)
Charlotte CETs are held at Vocational Rehabilitation Services-conference room 104 (5501 Executive Center Dr. Charlotte, NC 28212)
East Team Clinical Education Schedule – All CETs take place from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Free Registration: Please email Taylor White (email@example.com)
|8/26/2020||Sexual Health in Individuals with ID/DD (Webinar)|
|9/23/2020||Anxiety and Autism: Treatment Implications|
|10/28/2020||Exploring ACEs in the I/DD Population|
|11/18/2020||(*alteration from normal schedule*)|
|No CET in December|
|April 2021||– No CET – START National Training Institute|
WEST TEAM (888) 974-2937
Serving the 37 counties of Western North Carolina
CENTRAL TEAM (800) 662-7119 ext. 8730
or 919-865-8730 (alternative crisis number)
Serving the 25 counties of Central North Carolina
EAST TEAM (888) 962-3782
Serving the 38 counties of Eastern North Carolina
Clinical Education Teams (CETs) are a forum designed to improve the capacity of the local community to provide support to individuals with ID/DD and complex behavioral health needs through clinical teaching.
Improve the capacity of the local community to provide support to individuals with ID/DD and complex behavioral health needs.
Provide topic-focused training to enhance the abilities of professionals who work with individuals with ID/DD and complex behavioral health needs.
Encourage audience participation, critical thinking, and application of training topic via a de-identified case conceptualization.