Strategic Community Partners

Carolina Partners in Mental HealthCare works with countless caregivers, service providers, and organizations in the community. We’d like to recommend some of our long time collaborators in care. Our partners have found that the providers listed below share our goal of offering the best possible care to clients.

Anti-Stigma Initiatives

Local Businesses

  • Goldenseal Wellness
    An online organic vitamin/supplement/skin-care store, offered in conjunction with the Carolina Partners Wellness Center.
  • Pathways Education Planning
    Mary Jo Barnett, M.Ed - 
    Independent Education Consultant
    Pathways will provide personalized education planning help for children, adolescents and young adults who are challenged by complex learning, mental and physical health problems. Working as a resource with worried parents and professionals, we help families locate and select the best programs for the needs of the child from excellent private schools/colleges and therapeutic treatment programs both locally and nation-wide. We advocate for our families’ post-placement, assist with obtaining insurance coverage and scholarship opportunities.


  • Girls Rock NC
    This is one of our favorite non-profit organizations in the area. Our Deputy Director is a founder! Girls Rock NC empowers girls and women, through creative expression, to become confident members of their community.
  • Veterans Healing Farm
    The mission of Veterans Healing Farm is to support veterans and caregivers by providing access to fresh produce, farm activities, and seminars on holistic health and sustainability. Additionally, we empower veterans reintegrating into civilian life by fostering a thriving micro-community of veterans and civilians who build deep friendships, implement innovative gardening techniques and help cultivate emotional, physical, and spiritual health.

Substance Abuse Treatment

  • WakeBrook Recovery Center
    We are proud partners of Wakebrook Recovery Center. The Recovery Center on the WakeBrook Campus is part of Wake County Human Services. They provide evidence based substance abuse services to the residents of Wake County. The Recovery Center also coordinates closely with other community agencies.

Mental Health Care

  • Ossia Music Services: Expressing and Connecting through Music. Ossia Music offers music therapy, music lessons, and
    music therapy consultation for the Triangle community. Alie Chandler is Owner/Director of Ossia Music Services, a Board
    Certified Music Therapist, and flute, piano, and guitar teacher.
  • Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services is a private 102-bed facility dedicated to the behavioral health patient population with different levels of service including inpatient acute care, partial hospitalization (day program), and intensive outpatient (morning) programs. Services are available for adolescents (12-17) and adults, including an older adult unit and dual diagnosis adult units. Located in a peaceful, campus-like setting, the Winston-Salem based facility is accredited by The Joint Commission. We are committed to therapy and utilize techniques including behavioral therapy (CBT and DBT), recreation therapy, pet therapy, and mindfulness. Our Partial Hospitalization Program is a day program that typically lasts approximately two weeks. Individuals in the partial program will build skills relating to interpersonal effectiveness, stress tolerance, and emotion regulation. This program also involves a psychiatrist for medication management. We also have the Intensive Outpatient Program which meets three mornings each week with a licensed therapist.Old Vineyard accepts most major insurance including BCBS and Medicare, and is in-network for Tricare to serve our military service members and their families. Our admissions department is open 24/7 for free confidential assessments and referrals. We encourage appointments to expedite your visit; however, walk-ins are welcome. Our intake department, staffed with all registered nurses and licensed therapists, will review program criteria and determine plan of action within an hour of arrival. Please call 336-794-3550 for assistance or to make a referral.

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