Celebrate the success of stronger communities through NC's public behavioral health system on #CareForNC DaySeptember 17, 2019
NCDHHS extends open enrollment for Medicaid beneficiaries, announces statewide move to Managed Care in February 2020September 03, 2019
Sandhills Center is proud to have cosponsored Crisis Intervention Team training in Harnett County during the week of June 10, 2019.
Captain Demarr Inman of the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office served as host officer for the Guilford County Crisis Intervention Team
Sandhills Center has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for B-3 Transitional Living Program services for young adults with mental health and or substance abuse diagnoses.
The Network Leadership Council (NLC) currently seeks applications for a Sandhills Center provider to serve on the Council. In order to maintain appropriate provider representation on the NLC, the vacancy to be filled is for an agency with a primary focus on substance use disorders serving Sandhills Center members.
For the second year, Sandhills Center has published a compilation of highlights from Crisis Intervention Team training during calendar year
Sandhills Center has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for proposals for Adolescent Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP) services in
Sandhills Center has earned reaccreditation from URAC, the nation’s largest healthcare accrediting organization.