NC mental Health Facilities
The Mental Health Licensure and Certification Section of the Division of Health Service Regulation is responsible for licensing and regulating mental health, substance abuse, intellectual disability and developmental disability facilities in North Carolina. These facilities include:
- Intermediate care facilities for individuals with intellectual disabilities (ICF/IID),
- Group homes for children and adults with mental illness, developmental disabilities and substance abuse issues.
- Day services for children and adults with mental illness, developmental disabilities and substance abuse issues.
The section is responsible for conducting initial, annual, and complaint investigations. The main office is in Raleigh. There is a regional office in Black Mountain. The section is divided into two branches:
- ICF/IID Branch
- Mental Health Licensure Branch.
The ICF/IID branch is responsible for surveying intermediate care facilities for individuals with intellectual disabilities. The ICF/IID teams certify that ICF/IID programs meet federal standards required for participation in Medicare. This branch has teams based in Raleigh and Black Mountain.
The Mental Health Licensure branch is responsible for licensing and surveying mental health residential and day programs for minors and adults with substance abuse, mental illness and developmental disabilities. This branch has teams based in Raleigh, Clinton and Asheville.
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