Community Initiatives

The North Carolina Hospital Foundation fosters collaboration between health systems and other organizations to improve community health outcomes. Here are our current community initiatives:

NC Mobile Medication Program

The NC Mobile Medication Program ensures that people at risk of psychiatric hospitalizations understand and stay on track with their medications.

Mobile Crisis for Opioid Abuse

The Foundation is developing a coordinated crisis response plan between Emergency Departments and County EMS departments to improve management and outcomes for Opioid Use Disorder patients.

Peer Support Program

The Peer Support program seeks to improve connections to ongoing treatment, recovery, and harm reduction supports for patients presenting to emergency departments with non-fatal opioid overdose. Peer support specialists or similar staff are embedded into the ED to connect patients presenting with opioid overdose to treatment, recovery, and harm reduction supports.

Behavioral Health Workgroups

NCHA has convened statewide, multi-sector workgroups to determine how best to support member hospitals/systems through advocacy and programmatic efforts.

Care Transitions

Effective care transitions require coordinated efforts across all health settings to ensure high-quality patient care and reduce avoidable readmissions.

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North Carolina Healthcare Association

2400 Weston Parkway
Cary, NC 27513

Main: 919-677-2400
Fax: 919-677-4200

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