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Mental Health and Crisis Services

Mental Health Crisis Resources For Franklin, Vance, Warren and Granville and Halifax Counties Cardinal Innovations Healthcare Solutions Access Number
(800) 939-5911
Available 24/7/365 days a year
Call this number for help with a crisis or to arrange mental health, intellectual/developmental disability or substance abuse (MH/IDD/SA) services

MOBILE CRISIS: (800) 939-5911 If the person is in crisis and has NO provider or the person provider is unable to stabilize the crisis, then the person or the referral source can contact:

  • Mobile Crisis serves 5 counties
  • Available 24/7/365 days a year
  • Will provide immediate telephonic response followed by face-to-face response within 2 hours if needed
  • If person needs hospitalization, will coordinate and access appropriate services

24-Hour Crisis Facility:
Recovery Response Center (252) 438-4145

Voluntary and Involuntary admissions
300 Parkview Drive West (behind the Social Security Office) Henderson, NC

Walk-In Crisis Clinics:

Daymark Recovery Services (252) 433-0061
943-H West Andrews, Henderson, NC
Monday-Friday: 8 am-5 pm

RHA Behavioral Health Services, Inc. (252) 308-0294
60 NC Hwy 125, Roanoke Rapids, NC
Monday-Friday: 8:30 am-5 pm

Comprehensive Community Clinics:
Vision Behavioral Health Services (919) 496-7781
Walk-ins Accepted

104 N. Main St., Suite 200, Louisburg
Monday-Wednesday: 8:30 am-6 pm; Thursday, Friday: 8:30-5 pm

Freedom House – Lake Area Health Care (252) 879-0091
Walk-ins Accepted

126 N. Main St., Warrenton, NC (Satellite)
Monday-Friday: 8:30-5pm

CIT-Law Enforcement (911)

If you need to contact the local law enforcement agency for crisis intervention: Ask for a CIT officer (Crisis Intervention Team). They have been trained to respond to persons with mental illness, developmental disabilities, or substance abuse issues.

This information is provided as a public service. For corrections or additions, please contact Cynthia Fenner, (252) 430-3048 or email Cynthia.fenner@cardinalinnovations.org.

CIT-Law Enforcement (911)
If you need to contact the local law enforcement agency for crisis intervention:
Ask for a CIT officer (Crisis Intervention Team). They have been trained to respond to persons with mental illness, developmental disabilities, or substance abuse issues.
VA EMERGENCY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Psychiatry Emergency Clinic, Durham VA Medical Center, (888) 878-6890, x 5418
Richmond VAMC Mental Health Crisis Hotline, (800) 273-8255
Military Mental Health: Readjustment Counseling Services – Including PTSD
For Veterans and/or Family Members
Raleigh NC Veterans Center: (919) 856-4616
Greenville NC Veterans Center (252) 355-7920
Henderson Veterans Support Group (service of Raleigh Vet Center)

Contact Ray Koval, (919) 856-4616 Serves Franklin, Granville, Vance & Warren Counties Roanoke Rapids/Halifax Co. Veterans Support Group

(Service of Greenville Vet Center) Contact Chauncey McLeod, (252) 355-7920 Veterans Transportation Must have scheduled appointment;
Halifax County: (252) 365-0515--To Durham & Richmond VA Medical Center; Vet Centers
Vance County: (252)-492-6359 or (252) 432-3533--Transportation to Durham VA Medical Center and Clinic; Serves Franklin, Granville, Vance and Warren Counties if you can meet the van.

Domestic Violence
Families Living Violence Free (Granville Co.) -- Domestic Violence/Rape Crisis; Crisis Line: (919) 528-3579, Info: (919) 693-5700
Safe Space (Franklin Co.) (919) 497-5444 or (800) 620-6120
Hannah’s Place (Halifax Co.) Crisis Line: (252) 541-2064; Office (252) 541-2037
Infinite Possibilities (Vance Co.) 24-Hour Crisis Line (252) 425-2492
Choosing to Change - Abuser Treatment Program, Franklin and Vance Counties, (919) 803-9554 or (919) 850-2105
Revised 6/11/2015