9660 Falls of the Neuse Road
Suite 138, #124
Raleigh NC 27615
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Advocating For Providers and Those They Support
History: The North Carolina Providers Council was incorporated in 1997 in an effort to coordinate providers of mental health, intellectual/developmental disability, and substance use disorder services (MH/IDD/SUD).
Mission: We recognize and believe that for ordered services to be effective in meeting people’s needs, those services must be sufficient in amount, duration and scope, and that the rates paid to providers must also be sufficient to assure quality and continuity of care. Only by analyzing proposed legislative and regulatory changes can providers know how to advocate and inform General Assembly Members and administrative branch leaders. Hopefully with the continuing guidance of the NC Providers Council, these tenets of a quality, community-based service system will endure as Medicaid Transformation moves forward. People with the most severe medical and behavioral challenges and other MH/IDD/SUD service needs must have access to services that are adequately funded and support them in living as independently as possible in their communities across North Carolina.