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2019 Annual Fall Conference





 At Triangle Springs, we offer integrated treatment programs designed to work with individuals through each step of recovery. We assess and personalize programs and services to help you become happier, stronger, and healthier than ever before.

Contact: Sandy Kuntz


NASW Assurance Services, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of NASW, responsible for designing, securing, and overseeing high quality, competitive insurance, financial, and other programs and services offered to social workers.

Contact: Kerith Adams





Open Path Psychotherapy Collective is a non-profit nationwide network of mental health professionals dedicated to providing in-office mental health care—at a steeply reduced rate—to individuals, couples, children, and families in need.

Contact: Caitlin Erwin


We are all about people: supporting, empowering, protecting and strengthening our community’s children and our elders. We’re committed to preparing the next generation of social workers with the skills, knowledge and values they need to  improve the lives of others.

Contact: Alex Parsons


NCCARE360 is the first statewide coordinated network that unites health care and human services organizations with a shared technology platform allowing for a coordinated, community-oriented, person-centered approach for delivering care in North Carolina. NCCARE360 allows providers to electronically connect those with identified needs to community resources and allows for a feedback loop.

Contact: Shadi Garman






Founded in 1920, the UNC School of Social Work is consistently ranked as one of the best in the nation. Through innovative research that improves practice and enhances education, we search for solutions to the challenges of poverty, mental health, violence, and substance abuse.

Contact: Sharon Thomas


Brynn Marr Hospital provides quality behavioral health services to children, teens and adults who struggle with a behavioral health or substance use disorder. Our integrated program continuum includes acute inpatient care and residential treatment. We are available 24/7 to help those in need.

Contact: Anna Hurst



Brain Injury Association of NC

Contact: Karen Keating



Contact: Tory Rule


Carolina Dunes Behavioral Health

Contact: Jacob Shaheen


NARAL Pro-Choice NC

Contact: Lynne Walter


Cherry Hospital / DHHS

Contact: Connie Wooten


NC Client Assistance Program

Contact: John Marens


Children's Hope Alliance

Contact: Kevin Angell


Old Vineyard Behavioral Health Services

Contact: Lyssa Haynes  

Duke-UNC Tobacco Treatment Specialist Training Program

Contact: Jennifer Greyber


Quartet Health

Contact: Christina Taylor


East Carolina University School of Social Work

Contact: A. Virginia Parker Bunch


Wilmington Treatment Center

Contact: Lauren Neely

 Holly Hill Hospital

Contact: Ashley Orlovich




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