Primary Care/ Behavioral Health Integration Efforts in North Carolina



To add to the previous work of the ICARE (Integrated, Collaborative, Accessible, Respectful, Evidence-Based) Partnership in 2006, the North Carolina Center for Excellence in Integrated Care (the Center), Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC) and the North Carolina Division of Medical Assistance (DMA) are working together to promote integrated care in North Carolina.

Read more about how this partnership’s accomplishments within the past 5 years has made North Carolina a leader in the field of integrated primary and behavioral health care and their plans for the future: