Comprehensive tobacco cessation training program developed by UCSF that equips health professional students and practicing clinicians, of all disciplines, with evidence-based knowledge and skills for assisting patients with quitting.
Members, or a provider on behalf of a member, can complete a form to see if they qualify for HOP services. If a provider is filling this out for a member, please note that the Member's ID number is required. Healthy Opportunities form.
NCCARE360 provides the opportunity for health to all North Carolinians by providing public access to resources and helping health and community-based organizations make electronic referrals, communicate in real time, securely share client information, and track outcomes together.
North Carolina’s Healthy Opportunities Pilot program is an unprecedented opportunity to test the integration of evidence-based, non-medical interventions into the state’s Medicaid program. The Pilots will provide non-medical services to qualifying Medicaid members across four domains: housing, food, transportation and interpersonal violence/toxic stress. Critically, frontline care managers working in Pilot regions will play an essential role in identifying members that may benefit from Pilot services, recommending appropriate services and coordinating their care.
NC-PAL offers free provider-to-provider behavioral health consultation to address the mental and behavioral health concerns of children, adolescents, young adults up to age 21, pregnant patients, and patients who have recently given birth. NC-PAL will not bill the provider or the patients for telephone consultation. Calling NC-PAL does not establish a physician / patient relationship with an individual patient.
BH Consultants respond to questions within the scope of their expertise and can connect providers to one of our child and adolescent psychiatrists. NC-PAL board-certified child psychiatry team is on hand to assist with diagnostic clarification and medication management if necessary.
To access the consultation programs, provider should call (919) 681-2909
Monday – Friday 8AM-5PM
NC-PAL is not an emergency/crisis line. If you are in need of emergency services, please call 911 or go directly to your nearest emergency department.
Press 1 to contact the NC-PAL Child Psychiatry team for questions about children and adolescents.
NC-PAL Perinatal Psychiatry
Press 2 to contact the NC-PAL Perinatal Psychiatry team for questions about patients who are pregnant or patients who are up to one year postpartum. (Available through the Maternal Mental Health MATTERS program.)