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Suicide Hotline in Asheville, NC
1.IMALIVE - Suicide Prevention Hotline
Crisis Intervention ServiceSuicide Prevention Service
2.Substance Abuse and Mental Health Helpline - SAMHSA
Crisis Intervention ServiceSuicide Prevention ServiceSupport GroupsCounselors-Licensed Professional
3.National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Crisis Intervention ServiceSuicide Prevention Service
4.Smoky Mountain MCO
200 Ridgefield Ct
Crisis Intervention ServiceCounseling ServicesMental Health ServicesAlcoholism Information & Treatment Centers
Call 1-800-849-6127 to find out how to obtain services and support for mental health , developmental disabilities and substance abuse 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in their community. Materials in Spanish for members can be requested by calling the number below. Llame a 1-800-849-6127 para averiguar cómo obtener los servicios y el apoyo para la salud mental, discapacidades del desarrollo y abuso de sustancias las 24 horas del día, 7 días de la semana en su comunidad. Materiales en español para los miembros se puede solicitar llamando al número anterior. Serving individuals with mental health, developmental disability and substance use issues in Alexander, Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Buncombe, Caldwell, Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Henderson, Jackson, Macon, Madison, McDowell, Mitchell, Polk, Rutherford, Swain, Transylvania, Watauga, Wilkes and Yancey counties. Smoky Mountain LME/MCO is a public managed care organization that oversees Medicaid, state and local funding and offers a comprehensive health plan for individuals and families in need of mental health, substance use or intellectual /developmental disability services. Smoky manages prevention, treatment and crisis services in 23 counties in western North Carolina. Smoky has staff present in 21 counties and regional offices in Sylva, Asheville, Boone, Lenoir and Waynesville. Smoky' s health plan covers eligible individuals in Alexander, Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Buncombe, Caldwell, Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Henderson, Jackson, Macon, Madison, McDowell, Mitchell, Polk, Rutherford, Swain, Transylvania, Watauga, Wilkes and Yancey counties. Smoky is a local government agency referred to as a local management entity/managed care organization (LME/MCO), which means it manages services for people enrolled in Medicaid and those who do not qualify for Medicaid or have other insurance. Although Smoky does not provide services directly, it ensures people who need treatment receive quality care in a timely manner. These services are delivered by a network of private providers who contract with Smoky. By maintaining a network of more than 650 highly qualified providers, responding to individual and family needs on a local level and effectively managing public service dollars, Smoky is showing every day how public managed care benefits both people who receive services and the taxpayers of North Carolina. Smoky operates a 24-hour call center available to anyone with concerns or questions about mental health, intellectual/developmental disability or substance use. Smoky educates the community about these issues and how to seek help through a robust public outreach program.
5.Mountain Health Solutions
2 Mcdowell St
Drug Abuse & Addiction CentersAlcoholism Information & Treatment CentersCrisis Intervention ServiceMedical Clinics More InfoPREFERRED
6.Get Addiction Treatment
Drug Abuse & Addiction CentersCounseling ServicesAlcoholism Information & Treatment CentersCrisis Intervention Service
I don't need to tell you about the drug xanax and how it went from being something I took to relax to something I would steal my mothers purse to get. But I will tell you about how I finally came to a point in my life where I can say that out loud and admit it. I am not sure if I had anxiety prior to my xanax use, can't really even say when I used it for the first time, but I do know that I have anxiety today and I also suffer from addiction. Not being able to take this medication as part of recovery and my problems with substance abuse, was very very very difficult. I felt at times I couldn't walk to the mailbox. I needed XANAX addiction treatment not just drug treatment and that's what I found. They helped me learn ways to cope with my anxiety AND my addiction, they helped me learn what triggers my anxiety, how to take control of my mind, and most of all how to have faith in my ability to control my thoughts. Get Treatment helped me find a treatment center that was right for me and my specific needs, for that I will forever be thankful.
7.A Center For Addiction Recovery
Drug Abuse & Addiction CentersAlcoholism Information & Treatment CentersCounseling ServicesCrisis Intervention Service
I just called trying to seek a service commitment and volunteer position at their facility. The woman who answered the phone was the RUDEST person. I can't believe someone answering their phones would shut down someone trying to be of service. Recovery is about helping others and I wouldn't suggest calling this place after the call I just had!! Find a treatment center that actually wants to help you and that lives the principles they teach!
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