North Carolina Coalition to End Homelessness

Transformation of North Carolina's System of Services for Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse

This is a draft of the State Strategic Plan for 2007-2010. As directed by the General Assembly through HB 2077, the Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services has undertaken the development of a three-year strategic plan specifying how State and local resources shall be organized and used to provide mental health, developmental disabilities and substance abuse services.
 
This plan is considerably different from previous state plans. The focus of this plan is on five strategic
objectives and associated action steps to be accomplished during the next three years. The plan identifies
milestones for each action step for determining progress made and measures to determine the effects on
consumer outcomes and system performance. Through discussions with consumers and families,
providers, advocates, and leaders of Local Management Entities, the Division has identified these
objectives as being the most critical for meeting the needs of consumers and families and furthering the
transformation of the public system of mental health, developmental disabilities and substance abuse
services.
 
Read the draft plan here.
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