Are You Looking for Treatment and Support for Mental Health Needs or Substance Use/Addiction in Lumberton?
If you are experiencing depression, anxiety or panic attacks, anger or angry outbursts, social withdrawal or grief or are having difficulty with time management, self-esteem, social interactions, communication skills or coping with life stressors, we are here to help. We offer services to meet your needs regardless of where you are on the road to recovery and wellness.
The RHA Health Services Office located in Lumberton, North Carolina offers a wide array of behavioral health services for children and adults, provided by experienced and compassionate professionals in a safe, welcoming atmosphere.
Call us today or come by our office during our open access hours — Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:30-11:00 a.m. — to get started.
“I have worked in Robeson County since 1995 and during that time people have opened up to me in ways I never expected. I have become so connected to the people of this community and I want every single one of them to thrive on every possible level. RHA and I have shared vision, values, and mission — enhance the lives of those in the communities we serve.”
— Ivan Pride, Behavioral Health Director, Lumberton
RHA Health Services
2003 Godwin Avenue, Suite A
Lumberton, NC 28358
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Monday – Friday
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We offer open access on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:30-11:00 a.m. at our Lumberton Behavioral Health office, to perform Comprehensive Clinical Assessments to determine the appropriate level of care.
The goal of Community Support Services is to empower people to realize their strengths, integrate into their communities, and build the confidence to become their own best advocates. Service users receive intensive community-based mental health and/or substance use rehabilitative services that not only provide treatment, but also help improve a person’s quality of living through increased coping skills, better social supports, improved symptom and medication management, finding employment, and reduced occurrence of crisis situations such as hospitalization or incarceration.
Comprehensive Clinical Assessments are the cornerstone of the treatment process. Our licensed clinicians perform an evaluation that is professional, thorough, informative, and discrete. Because assessment is such a vital part of the treatment process, we have an “open access” policy in place – no appointment is necessary, but please try to call ahead when possible. Come to our walk-in clinic between 8:30 am and 11:00 am on Monday, Wednesday or Friday. Upon completion, we will fully explain the results of your Comprehensive Clinical Assessment (CCA) and any service recommendations.
Intensive In-Home Services are time-limited therapeutic intervention services for youth who are at high risk of out-of-home placement due to serious behavioral health challenges and who have not experienced success in traditional treatment settings. IIH Services seek to prevent these out-of-home placements when possible and preserve normal family living arrangements through the use of in-home supports such as intensive case management and monitoring, therapy and substance use treatment, and family counseling.
Group therapy is our main therapeutic approach because it has been shown to have lasting positive results for people who regularly attend therapy and self-help groups. Individual therapy sessions provide the opportunity to review your progress, discuss individual challenges and concerns, and manage crisis situations when needed. We also provide family therapy, psychiatric care, medication management, peer support and enhanced services where needed.
On the path to recovery, it helps to have the support of someone who has been there before. That’s where RHA Peer Support Specialists can help. Peer Support Specialists are individuals with a mental health or substance use diagnosis who have demonstrated resiliency and success in their own personal recovery efforts and completed at least 40 hours of intensive Peer Support training. They mentor and offer special insight as they help others in recovery build self-advocacy skills, learn to better manage their mental health needs/addiction, and find housing, employment, or education. Peer Support Specialists may also help people in recovery develop their Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP), which focuses on life goals, crisis planning, and relapse prevention.
RHA Psychosocial Rehabilitation programs are designed to help adults with behavioral health challenges increase their ability to live independently, minimizing their need for ongoing professional intervention. We help people set and pursue their own personal goals and implement steps to better manage their illness and their everyday lives. Self-advocacy, management of personal care and daily living, pre-vocational activities, and supported employment are just some of the features our PSRs can offer.
Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment (SACOT) is a program that meets 5 days a week. It is more intensive in frequency and duration than SAIOP. We offer this program for people with complex medical or behavioral health needs with a long history of substance abuse. The SACOT program provides you the opportunity to participate in therapeutic and educational groups, individual sessions, and a higher level of involvement from medical professionals. Our goal is to help you achieve a lifetime commitment to healthy living without the use of drugs and alcohol.
Our Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program consists of structured Individual, Group and Family therapy, case management support, substance use/addiction education, and relapse prevention planning. We help program participants learn healthy coping skills and develop an individualized recovery plan. Substance use treatment may also help people to repair/improve relationships and build better social support networks, decrease mental health symptoms, enhance self-esteem, discover activities and hobbies of interest and improve their overall health.
Transition Management Services are rehabilitation services intended to help people live more independently within their own communities by maintaining tenancy. RHA offers discreet housing support to people with mental health needs and/or substance use challenges who are experiencing difficulty in maintaining tenancy due to these conditions.
• Please bring your insurance card to all appointments to verify insurance.
• Please understand that any applicable co-pays should be paid at time of care.
• Individuals who self-pay are required to prepay for services.
Uninsured? You may be able to qualify for Medicaid or Health Choice.
Your county Division of Social Services (DSS) caseworker can help determine if you are eligible for Medicaid or Health Choice. Eligibility depends on your age, health needs, income and resources.
In Lumberton/Robeson County, RHA can help those that don’t have insurance, regardless of ability to pay. Uninsured residents of the following counties may also qualify: Bladen, Duplin, Edgecombe, Greene, Lenoir, Sampson, Scotland, Wayne or Wilson.
Below is a list of public or private insurance accepted at this location. Specific eligibility will be verified, and may depend on your insurance, service provided, etc.
Public Payers: We accept Medicaid through Eastpointe, but we the have ability to check eligibility through Alliance, Sandhills and Vaya. Individuals with no coverage may be eligible to receive services via State Funds (NCTracks). Benefit eligibility may be based on an income scale.
Private Payers: We accept Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Humana, Aetna and Tricare. Private insurance eligibility will be verified during intake.
Our Location & Contact Information
2003 Godwin Avenue, Suite A
Lumberton, NC 28358
Please call 9-1-1 in cases of physical injury and medical or life-threatening emergencies.
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