Addiction Professionals of North Carolina is a membership organization that promotes the professional development for professionals in our state that work in the field of substance use disorder, prevention, treatment and recovery. We do this by providing professional networking opportunities, offering free and reduced prices on regional training workshops, conference displays and registrations. We also provide newsletters to our members that allow professionals to stay updated on current policies as well as provide various other benefits to our individual and organizational members.
Myriad for Children advocates for ages infancy to 12 years during crisis intervention, until a better resolution is executed to promote and pave ways for the child’s best future.
MeNU Together’s mission is to assist those in recovery in participating in gainful and meaningful community activity, by connecting these individuals to opportunities, resources, training, and support for employment or volunteer work, utilizing peer support specialists to help those who are interested in involvement to overcome the obstacles they may face to participate in such activity.
To engage, through Motorsports opportunities, ill, injured and wounded Service Members and disabled Veterans, affected by military service, leading to aiding in their recovery and rehabilitation.
The mission of Project H.Y.P.E.D. (Helping Young People Escape Destruction) is to positively influence the decision-making and life choices of young people (ages 12-18) through the provision of interactive support programs and services, which lead to safe and productive outcomes.
Providing innovative care for individuals and communities living with the harmful impact of stigma and untreated addiction and mental illness.
We are organized for the purpose of nurturing a culture of connection and reminding individuals, particularly those in recovery from Substance Use Disorder, that they are not alone in their struggles. By raising funds and offering experiential services, we will support all individuals actively engaged in healing modalities and programs in experiencing the restorative properties of the natural environment. We will provide access to experiential service providers, aiding those in recovery by promoting a connection to nature and working in collaboration with other like-minded organizations to support the continuum of care for individuals living with Substance Use Disorder.
Well of Mercy is a ministry of hospitality and healing sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas. It provides quiet sanctuary for adults seeking right relationship with self, others, God and creation. By offering spiritual companionship, emotional support, respectful acceptance and sacred space, it contributes to the rest and renewal of its guests.
L’Arche North Carolina is a community of people with and without intellectual disabilities who share their unique gifts through the rhythms of daily life. The most vulnerable among us form the heart of L’Arche and invite the community into mutual relationships. We seek to be a sign of Christ’s peace to our city, neighborhood, and world.