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For more than 25 years, CYFCP has addressed pressing social concerns in partnership with families, children, and young adults across all 100 counties in North Carolina. Explore our impactful initiatives and cross-program collaborations  geared towards enriching lives and nurturing the wellbeing of youth, families, and communities.

Bringing Out The Best

Bringing Out the Best seeks to provide free family-centered, community-based services to children ages birth -five with social/ emotional and behavioral challenges.  Our objective is to increase the number of children in Guilford County that are healthy and ready to succeed as they enter kindergarten.


Healthy Transitions

North Carolina Healthy Transitions is an initiative funded by the Substance Abuse Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA) aimed at implementing a coordinated system of outreach, assessment, and care coordination for transition-aged youth. The overall goal of Healthy Transitions is to improve access to treatment and support services for youth and young adults ages 16 – 25 with a serious mental health condition and improve their functioning as they transition into adulthood.


NC ENhanced Mobile Crisis Pilot Program

The NC DHHS Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Use Services is contracting with the UNCG CYFCP to provide the infrastructure management and evaluation support necessary for the successful implementation of the Mobile Outreach Response Engagement and Stabilization Pilot (MORES Pilot). This pilot program will begin with five sites across North Carolina that will implement an enhanced mobile crisis unit model that includes family peer support, clinicians, and added follow-up support for children, youth, young adults, and their families.


Juvenile Justice Behavioral Health Partnerships

NC Juvenile Behavioral Health Partnerships (JJBH Partnerships, also known as Juvenile Justice Substance Abuse Mental Health Partnerships)

NC JJBH Partnerships is a statewide initiative to address the mental health and substance use needs of young persons and families in contact with the juvenile justice system. UNCG works with 21 local teams across North Carolina who work to increase access to effective, family-centered services and support for juvenile justice-involved youth with substance use and/or mental health challenges. This System of Care based initiative involves the Local Management Entity/Managed Care Organization (LME/MCO), the local Department of Public Safety, and Service Providers.


NC High Fidelity Wraparound Training Program

The NC High Fidelity Wraparound Training Program (NC HFWTP) supports statewide expansion of high fidelity wraparound and the growth of HFW teams across the state. The program assures a high-quality training, credentialing and monitoring system is in place and that fidelity to the model is consistently implemented at the local level. The NC HFWTP Model is grounded in the national standards and requirements set forth by the National Wraparound Institute (NWI).


NC Youth & Family Voices Amplified

NC Youth & Family Voices Amplified is a statewide training, technical assistance, and collaboration organization that aims to elevate the voices and lived experiences of youth and families to promote mental health.

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