To eradicate mental illnesses and improve the quality of life of those whose lives are affected by these diseases, and to provide support through education and advocacy on behalf of people with severe mental illness and their families.
TROSA is an innovative, multi-year residential program that empowers people with substance use disorders to be productive, recovering individuals by providing comprehensive treatment, experiential vocational training, education, and continuing care.
To serve the mental health needs of Latino children and their families.
To provide a statewide forum in which people work together to end sexual violence.
To provide safety and support to victims of domestic violence and rape/sexual assault.
To provide services for older youth/adults with disabilities to encourage lifelong learning, establish meaningful relationships within the community, and create opportunities to serve others in need through community service partnerships.
To assist victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
To increase educational opportunities for African American youth; develop programs to empower youth and succeed academically; provide role models for young black males, and strengthen community support and involvement for black youth.
Rescue, recovery and rehabilitation homeless shelter with a long term program for men and women with alcohol and other drug addictions.
To support and promote infant and young children's mental health in the state of North Carolina.