In North Carolina, RHA Health Services provides a broad range of services to support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and mental health and substance use needs.
Disability Services in North Carolina
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!
Behavioral Health Services in North Carolina
RHA is a leading provider of high-quality supports and services for people with a variety of behavioral health needs in North Carolina.
We offer a wide array of mental health and substance use services for adults and children, provided by experienced and compassionate professionals. This includes facility-based services in our offices across the state and community-based services and crisis services to serve people where they are.* Our Deaf & Hard of Hearing Program in North Carolina provides high-quality behavioral health services for those who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.
Regardless of where you are on the road to recovery and wellness, we offer services to meet your needs.
*Services vary by location.
Hilltop Comprehensive Substance Use Services
Hilltop is RHA’s Comprehensive Substance Use Services program. With locations across North Carolina, Hilltop specializes in providing comprehensive wraparound support, advocacy, and various levels of treatment to people who struggle with addictive diseases.
Questions? Call us at 1.800.848.0180 to learn more about services in North Carolina.