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Process & Policy Partners
ICARE Partnership PDF Print E-mail

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Sally Smith
The Process and Policy Change Partners group is chaired by Sally Smith, LCSW, Project Director.

 
National Association of Social Workers - NC Chapter PDF Print E-mail
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Debbie Crane
The National Association of Social Workers North Carolina Chapter is a membership organization that promotes, develops, and protects the practice of social work and social workers.  NASW also seeks to enhance the effective functioning and well-being of individuals, families, and communities through its work and through advocacy.  The North Carolina Chapter's vision is that through leadership, education, and advocacy NASW-NC successfully unifies thousands of professional social work voices to promote healthy, self-sufficient individuals, families, and communities.  The NASW- NC Chapter is represented by Debbie Crane, LCSW.
 
North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians PDF Print E-mail
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Robert Gwyther
The North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians is North Carolina's largest specialty medical association, comprised of over 2,600 family physicians. When originally chartered in 1948 as an affiliate of the American Academy of General Practice, the NCAFP had just 17 members.  The NCAFP is represented by Robert (Bob) Gwyther, MD.
 
North Carolina Area Health Education Centers Program PDF Print E-mail

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Karen Stallings
The mission of the NC Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) Program is to meet the state's health and health workforce needs by providing educational programs in partnership with academic institutions, health care agencies, and other organizations committed to improving the health of the people of North Carolina.  NC AHEC is represented by Associate Director, Karen Stallings, RN, MEd.

 

 
North Carolina Council of Community Programs PDF Print E-mail
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Dan Gerber
The North Carolina Council of Community MH/DD/SAS Programs was incorporated in 1982 as a nonprofit association dedicated to helping its member area programs improve their service quality and management effectiveness.  The Council provides its member programs with a strong, cohesive, statewide voice through policy analysis, technical assistance, publications, and educational programs.  It is governed by a 20 member Board of Directors consisting of an equal number of citizen area board members and professional area administrators.  The NC Council of Community Programs is represented by Dan Gerber, MD.
 
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services PDF Print E-mail
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Mike Lancaster
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is the largest agency in state government, responsible for ensuring the health, safety and well being of all North Carolinians, providing the human service needs for fragile populations like the mentally ill, deaf, blind and developmentally disabled, and helping poor North Carolinians achieve economic independence.  Mike Lancaster, MD, representing the Division of MH/DD/SAS, serves as a Process and Policy Change partner. 
 
North Carolina Nurses Association PDF Print E-mail

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Janet Baradell
The North Carolina Nurses Association (NCNA) is the professional association for all registered nurses in North Carolina.  It is the mission of NCNA to be the means by which registered nurses can become powerful advocates for their profession and their patients.  NCNA is represented by Janet Baradell, PhD, RN, CS.

 

 
North Carolina Psychiatric Association PDF Print E-mail

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Margie Sved, MD
The North Carolina Psychiatric Association (NCPA) is a professional medical organization with approximately 850 psychiatric physician members.  The Mission of the NCPA is to promote the highest quality care for North Carolina residents with mental illness, including substance use disorders, to advance and represent the profession of psychiatry and medicine in North Carolina, and to serve the professional needs of its membership.  The NCPA is represented by Margie Sved, MD.  

 

 
NCNA Council of Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurses in Advanced Practice PDF Print E-mail
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Victoria Soltis-Jarrett
The NCNA Council of Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurses in Advanced Practice and the UNC-CH School of Nursing and is represented by Victoria Soltis-Jarrett, PhD, APRN-BC, PMH-NP.
 
The Arc of North Carolina PDF Print E-mail
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Jill Hinton-Keel
The Arc of North Carolina is committed to securing for all people with mental retardation and other developmental disabilities the opportunity to choose and realize their goals of where and how they learn, live, work, and play. The Arc of North Carolina is an affiliated chapter of The Arc of the United States.  The Arc of NC subscribes to The Core Values of The Arc.  The Arc of NC is represented by Autism Consultant, Jill Hinton Keel, PhD.