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Services

Daymark Recovery Services provides an array of outpatient and psychiatric services for the treatment of a mental illness, substance abuse problem, or developmental disability. Services are tailored to individual needs and delivered using evidence based approaches to increase effectiveness.

Specific services include, but are not limited to the following:
(Click on each Service for more information)

Substance Abuse Outpatient Treatment

Group and individual therapy for youth and adults with chemical dependency and abuse

Fees (where applicable): Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance, Sliding Scale, and Payment Plans

Non Hospital Medical Detoxification Services

Medically-monitored services to assist persons in coming off of addictive substances

Application Instructions: Referral from Daymark Recovery Services outpatient clinics or other providers

Fees (where applicable): Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance, Sliding Scale, Payment plans

Mental Health Outpatient Treatment

Group, family and individual therapy for youth and adults with mental health issues

Application Instructions: Walk-in, call for an appointment, or be referred by other providers

Fees (where applicable): Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance, Sliding Scale, Payment plans

Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP)

Intensive treatment for persons with chemical dependency a minimum of three days per week for a minimum of three hours each day

Application Instructions: Walk-in, call for an appointment, or be referred by other providers

Fees (where applicable): Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance, Sliding Scale, Payment plans

Psychiatric Services/Medical Services

Psychiatric evaluations and medication management services for youth and adults

Application Instructions: Psychiatric evaluations and medication management services for youth and adults

Fees (where applicable): Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance, Sliding Scale, Payment plans

Emeergency Services (Advanced Access)

Application Instructions: Walk-in assessment and intervention for youth and adults experiencing mental health and substance-related crises

Fees (where applicable): Walk-in, call, or be referred by other providers

Facility-Based Crisis

Short-term inpatient treatment to stabilize psychiatric crises

Application Instructions: Referral from Daymark Recovery Services outpatient clinics or other providers

Fees (where applicable): Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance, Sliding Scale, Payment plans

Mobile Crisis Management (MCM)

Crisis intervention services provided in the community or least-restrictive environment.

Application Instructions: Walk-in, call, or be referred by other providers

Fees (where applicable): Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance, Sliding Scale, Payment plans

Mobile Medication Program

Mobile Medication Program (MMP) is a home visiting medication support, education, and skill-building initiative serving adults with sever psychiatric illness that have trouble remembering to take their medications.  Program participants receive brief, yet frequent  home visits from MMP staff, intended to model the routine and consistency of taking medications.  Eventually, these visits are reduced from multiple visits per day, to daily, three times in a week, twice a week once a week, and finally to weekly check-in phone calls as participants develop skills and take ownership of their medication regime.  Most participants progress through the program within six months.

 
Though MMP does not supply medications or make medication payments, staff help link participants with outpatient medical homes, assist with enrollment in health insurance and medication assistance programs, and work with prescribing physicians to reconcile medication plans.  MMP staff also spend significant time identifying barriers to medication adherence and setting goals with participants at intake.  At discharge, participants will be equipped with the skills and education necessary to manage their own medications independently.
 
Application Instructions:  Contact MMP Nurse Manager at 252.425.7959
 
Eligibility: Age 18+, psychiatric diagnosis, Vance County resident, history of psychiatric hospitalizations or frequent ED visits for mental health issues, and willingness for MMP staff to make regular home visits.
 
Fees (where applicable): N/A

Peer Support Services

The service consists of: self help; system advocacy; individual advocacy; pre-crisis support; housing, education and employment support; developing a Mental Health Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)

Application Instructions: Walk-in, call for an appointment, or be referred by other providers

Eligibility:

There is an Axis I diagnosis, and the client is experiencing difficulties in at least one of the following areas,
A) Is receiving or has recently received crisis intervention services
B) Is experiencing functional problems in the home/community
C) Is missing appointments or often late
D) Is in active recovery from substance abuse/dependency
E) Is experiencing money management problems
F) Needs to develop self advocacy skills
G) Needs peer-modeling in order to take increased responsibility for his/her own recovery from dependency on substances
H) Needs peer supports in order to maintain a routine of daily living skills.

Fees (where applicable): Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance, Sliding Scale, Payment plans

Intensive In-Home Services

Time limited intensive family preservation intervention intended to stabilize the home, promote reunification, and prevent out-of-home placement for youth through the age of 20. This service is delivered primarily to families in the home

Application Instructions: Walk-in, call for an appointment, or be referred by other providers

Fees (where applicable): Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance, Sliding Scale, Payment plans

Psychosocial Rehabilitation

A Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) service is designed to help adults with psychiatric disabilities increase their functioning so that they can be successful and satisfied in the environments of their choice with the least amount of ongoing professional intervention. PSR focuses on skill and resource development related to life in the community and to increasing the participant’s ability to live as independently as possible, to manage their illness and their lives with as little professional intervention as possible, and to participate in community opportunities related to functional, social, educational and vocational goals. The service is based on the principles of recovery, including equipping consumers with skills, emphasizing self-determination, using natural and community supports, providing individualized intervention, emphasizing employment, emphasizing the “here and now”, providing early intervention, providing a caring environment, practicing dignity and respect, promoting consumer choice and involvement in the process, emphasizing functioning and support in real world environments, and allowing time for interventions to have an effect over the long term.

Application Instructions: Contact the Director, at 336.342.1611

Fees (where applicable):  Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance, Sliding Scale, Payment plans

DWI/DWLR Services

When you are convicted of a DWI/DWLR offense, the State of North Carolina requires you to complete an assessment with an approved DWI/DWLR Treatment Provider and to comply with the recommended education/ treatment. Daymark is a State approved DWI/DWLR treatment provider.

Application Instructions: Walk-in, call for an appointment, or be referred by other providers. You will need to bring to your appointment a copy of your Breathalyzer reading or blood test and your Court Judgment (if you are seeking pre-trial assessment, please bring a copy of your arrest paper). You will also need to obtain a copy of your North Carolina driving record, as well as copies of driving records from any state in which you have held a driver's license.

Fees (where applicable): A $100.00 fee, mandated by the State, must be paid at the time the assessment appointment is made. If you are seeking assessments for more than one DWI/DWLR, there is a $100.00 fee for each conviction. In addition to the fee required for your assessment, the State also requires us to charge $75.00 towards any treatment received beyond the initial assessment. This treatment may include random drug testing, for which we charge $10.00 per drug test. Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, and sliding scale accepted for anything over and above the $75.00 state mandated fee.

ACTT (Assertive Community Treatment Team)

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is a multidisciplinary team approach that assumes responsibility for providing active and comprehensive care to persons with severe and persistent mental illness disorders. The team provides assistance to individuals to maximize their recovery, ensure consumer-directed goals, assist the persons served to gain hope and a sense of empowerment and provide assistance in helping the persons served become respected and valued members of their community.

The program philosophy is to provide the most culturally competent, professional and evidenced based service possible to assist the persons served and stakeholders in the community. The services are geared to provide the service in the least restrictive environment by providing 80% or more of all services face-to-face in the community within natural environments. The majority of all services are provided by the members of the team with minimal referral to outside providers and the services are available 24 hours/day, 7 days/week, 365 days/year.

Application Instructions: Walk-in, call for appointment, or referral from other provider

Eligibility: An initial comprehensive clinical assessment must be completed prior to the time of referral of a person to ACT Services

Fees (where applicable): Medicaid, Medicare, Private Insurance, Sliding Scale, Payment plans

Substance Abuse Residentail Inptatient Treatment

Daymark Recovery Services-Guilford Residential Treatment offers a 30-90 inpatient, group living, high intensity addictions recovery program for adults, ages 18 and above who are experiencing problems associated with the abuse of and/or dependence on alcohol and other drugs. Facility operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Daily business hours that includes screening, assessment and admissions/discharges, is Monday thru Friday, 8 am-5 pm. Phone calls are received at anytime. Daymark Recovery Services-Guilford Residential Treatment is a licensed facility that adheres to ASAM III.7 placement criteria.

Application Instructions:

Eligibility: Guilford County residents only

Fees (where applicable): N/A