At B & D Integrated Health Services, our Integrated Primary Care Program is designed to provide comprehensive care that meets the unique needs of everyone in our community. We are committed to improving the health outcomes of all individuals, whether they are diagnosed with mental illness, co-occurring substance use disorders, other chronic conditions, or simply in need of preventive healthcare.
Our integrated team understands how mental health concerns and addictions can affect every aspect of living, including one's overall health and hopes for the future. With this understanding, we have developed a program that emphasizes growth and well-being, self-management, and personal choice and responsibility.
Services within our Integrated Primary Care Program include annual physicals, preventative screenings, chronic disease management, sick visits, and care coordination with specialists. While we have expertise in caring for those at risk for or diagnosed with chronic illnesses, our primary care services are open and accessible to anyone, regardless of their current utilization of healthcare services.
B & D's Integrated Primary Care Program is more than just a healthcare service; it's a commitment to the overall well-being of our community. By integrating primary care with behavioral health expertise, we ensure that each individual receives personalized care tailored to their specific needs and conditions. Join us in our mission to provide a holistic approach to healthcare, where everyone is welcome, and every need is addressed.
B & D Integrated Health Services pediatric primary care includes a strong emphasis on the early identification of behavioral health challenges. Our Primary Care Service's goal is to enhance the overall well-being of children and adolescents, whether they are currently facing mental health issues, co-occurring substance use disorders, or in need of general preventive healthcare and age-appropriate well checks. We are committed to providing comprehensive care that includes early screening and intervention for behavioral health concerns, ensuring that young individuals receive the support and guidance they need. Our pediatric primary care services are open and accessible to all children and families in our community, reflecting our dedication to nurturing healthy development from the earliest stages of life.
Peer Support Services is a community-based, recovery-oriented service for adults with identified mental health and/or substance abuse issues. PSS differs from other services in that individuals in need are paired with peers who have lived experience, trained, and certified individuals who are stable in recovery from their own mental health or substance abuse issues, and who can listen, provide guidance, and instill hope for recovery based on their own personal experiences. Peer Support allows those seeking recovery the opportunity to learn directly from those who have been, and continue, walk that same path.
Primary Care Service’s goal is to improve the health outcomes of adults diagnosed with mental illness, and those with co-occurring substance use disorders. B&D’s targeted population of patients are at risk for, or diagnosed with, one or more chronic physical illnesses and are not currently utilizing preventive health care services.
Tenancy Support Team (TST) is a service provided to individuals participating in the Transition to Community Living Initiative (TCLI). B & D Behavioral Health Services provides TST to individuals with TCLI housing slots in Durham and Wake Counties. TST is a rehabilitation service intended to increase and restore an individual’s ability to live successfully in the community by maintaining tenancy. TST focuses on increasing the individual’s ability to live as independently as possible, managing the illness, and reestablishing his or her community roles related to the following life domains: emotional, social, safety, housing, medical and health, educational, vocational, and legal. TST provides structured rehabilitative interventions.
Expected outcomes include, but are not limited to, the following:
Achieved recovery goals identified in the individuals Person Centered Plan (PCP);
Continued community tenure;
Improved personal, social, and community living skills;
Increased access to necessary services in all life domains;
Improved functioning in community roles;
Re-established or restored network of healthy natural supports and community contacts;
Re-established or restored independent living abilities.
For more information about the Transition to Community Living Initiative (TCLI):