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Mental Health, Substance Abuse & I/DD Care for Central North Carolina Residents
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About Sandhills Center
About Sandhills Center
Our goal is to ensure availability of the highest quality care for our members, and to support providers to be the best they can be.
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Sandhills Center is a Local Management Entity-Managed Care Organization (LME-MCO) serving people in nine counties in central North Carolina. We have a robust network of providers who offer treatment and support for mental health, substance abuse, and intellectual and developmental disabilities.

It is the goal of Sandhills Center to make treatment options available to those who need them, to enrich and support our Provider Network, and to contribute to the overall well-being of the communities we serve.

Featured News
Recruitment underway for Project SEARCH participants in Guilford County Schools
Sandhills Center cosponsors Project SEARCH, an important program in Guilford County where high school students with intellectual and developmental disabilities, ages 18-21, Read More...
NC law now permits parents to establish NC ABLE accounts
North Carolina law now permits all parents of qualified children to open NC ABLE accounts, regardless of guardianship type and Read More...
Sandhills Center cohosts pilot CIT refresher course in Lee County
Sandhills Center, in conjunction with the Sanford Police Department, recently piloted an eight-hour Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) refresher session. Five Read More...
Upcoming Events
20
Feb
Harnett County Monthly Family Support Meeting
21
Feb
DBT Training – Day 4
26
Feb
Richmond County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council (JCPC) Symposium
26
Feb
Moore County Parent Support Group
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