Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
Mobile multi-disciplinary teams provide intensive treatment, rehabilitation, and supportive services for individuals experiencing multiple life challenges, such as homelessness, unemployment, addictive disorders, legal involvement, and/or significant medical conditions. ACT uses a team approach to give consumers ongoing individualized care in their homes, where they work, and in other settings in the community where support is needed. The goal of an ACT team is to reduce the amount of time spent in institutional settings and to help individuals become more integrated within their community.
For referral information, please contact Jennifer Grosser, team lead, at 919-573-6550 or Allison Burnett, ACT assistant, at 919-573-6528. The ACT fax number is 919-573-6557.
Behavioral Health Outpatient Clinic
Outpatient services include assessment, individual, group, and family therapy, as well as psychiatric evaluation and medication monitoring. The outpatient program provides services to adults and children in a community-based setting. Some of the evidence-based practices include Seeking Safety, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Wellness Recovery and Management (WRM). Services are available in English and in Spanish.
For referral information, please contact Lori Zeh at 919-573-6545. To make an appointment, please call our front desk at 919-573-6520.
Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program
A 12-week individual and group-focused non-residential program for adults providing intensive outpatient substance abuse treatment and secondary mental health treatment. Transportation is also available.
For referral information, please contact Brandon Robinson, Director of Addiction Services, at 919-573-6544.
A safe and supportive environment is offered to individuals in the community experiencing life challenges. Daily programs not only focus on mental health/addiction recovery counseling, but also on physical health education and support, as well as leisure activities, structured skills training groups, peer recovery services, and FHR’s creative arts program, Studio 35.
For referral information, please contact Dana J. Barnes, Program Director, at 919-573-8955 or by fax at 919-573-8963.
FHR’s staff members provide a therapeutic, psycho-educational, and skill building milieu to foster a wide variety of skill developments. Community support activities promote independent living and self-worth. Pre-vocational skills are taught on a daily basis, which focus on the development of positive work habits. Members are encouraged to participate in FHR’s creative arts program, Studio 35. PSR staff facilitate groups which focus on increasing symptom management, confidence, self-esteem, social relationships, and community integration.
For a referral packet for our Cary PSR program, please contact Cecil Pusey, Program Director, at 919-469-4980 ext. 1001. For our Raleigh program, please contact Sabrina Jones, Program Director, at 919-573-6534.
DWI Assessment and Treatment
This alcohol and drug abuse assessment program consists of a clinical interview, a structured Driving While Impaired (DWI) assessment as required by the state of North Carolina, and further individual and/or group treatment services.
For more information, please contact Marianne Hurley at 919-573-6524.
Peer Recovery Services
Peer recovery services are offered by persons with lived experience, who help support individuals served by FHR become and stay engaged in the recovery process. These supports include one-on-one group therapy discussion groups, as well as wellness-based trainings.
Peer recovery services are inclusive within all FHR adult programming in North Carolina.
Studio 35 is a therapeutic arts program of FHR. Studio 35 enables individuals to further explore the arts, art history, coping skills, and self-expression. By integrating the arts as a therapeutic approach, Studio 35 positively impacts individuals served, staff, and the greater community. This therapeutic arts program helps individuals become more engaged in the community, reduces isolation, improves stabilization, and teaches both vocational and arts based skills.
Participation in Studio 35 is available through all of FHR’s programming in North Carolina.