NORTH CAROLINA – In an effort to strengthen North Carolinians’ access to quality and affordable behavioral healthcare Daymark Recovery Services, Freedom House Recovery Center and Insight Human Services are pleased to announce a formal affiliation which began on July 1, 2018. This affiliation allows for continuation of quality services, as well, as providing access points for persons to receive care in 60 of North Carolina’s 100 Counties.
For Immediate Release
Daymark Recovery Services, Inc. Opens New Behavioral Health Urgent Care
Daymark Recovery Services, Inc. provides a variety of mental health and substance abuse services across the State of North Carolina. We have transformed our Forsyth County office from the Behavioral Health Plaza in Winston Salem, across the street to a new building located at 650 Highland Avenue, Suite 100.
Behavioral health services are set to debut at a dedicated 24/7 crisis- and urgent-care center in east Winston-Salem.
The Cardinal Wellness Center is scheduled to open by early April. It will feature community educational initiatives and support, as well as work space.
DayMark Recovery Services’ emergency clinic will shift the weekend of April 23 from the county Behavioral Health Plaza to the Highland center.
Enhanced behavioral health services will debut next Monday at a dedicated 24/7 crisis- and urgent-care center in east Winston-Salem.
DayMark Recovery Services provides a variety of mental health and substance abuse services in Forsyth and several other counties. It has moved its local offices from the county Behavioral Health Plaza to the Cardinal Wellness Center at 650 Highland Ave., Suite 100.
Cardinal Innovations, the state’s largest behavioral health managed care organization, said the “new configuration of services meets the original goals of members, hospitals, law enforcement, first responders and stakeholders for crisis and integrated care while providing a coordinated full continuum of care, including 24/7 access to crisis services.”
In 2016, 11 Harnett County residents died from overdoses of opioids or heroin. The number soared in 2017 to 20 deaths.
That’s when Harnett County Sheriff Wayne Coats said he decided to be proactive against the opioid crisis on his doorstep.