Wake County Human Services offers a variety of outpatient behavioral services to adults, children and families. These services range from providing treatment teams to those with severe and persistent mental illness to an array of substance abuse services.
Review the topics below to learn more about our services:
Adult Mental Health and Substance Abuse Teams
Child Mental Health Teams
Crisis and Assessment
Wake County Human Services Adult Treatment Teams offer services for adults with severe and persistent mental illness, co-occurring substance dependence, and other serious mental health issues, in a unique niche in the community level of care service continuum.
Wake County Human Services provides Adult Mental Health and Substance Abuse Teams that can be described as a unique niche of services that range between outpatient “fee for service” programs and enhanced benefit service programs.
The Adult Treatment Teams provide an important level of care in the community provider network, a niche in the continuum of care well positioned to provide “customized and continuous” service relationships for specific consumers in a holistic, comprehensive, multidisciplinary setting that leverages both behavioral health and non-behavioral health strategies.
Child Mental Health (CMH) provides outpatient child mental health services to children, adolescents and their families, specializing in complex trauma histories including exposure to domestic violence, neglect, physical abuse and sexual abuse.
Wake County Human Services provides Child Mental Health Treatment Teams to ensure that children, adolescents and family needs are comprehensively assessed, and consumers may be involved in individual, group and family therapy; case support and linking with community supports and agencies; psychiatric care including medication management, monitoring and education; and/or psychological testing depending upon the identified clinical issues.