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Partners, Thompson Help High Risk Adolescents
This month, Partners Health Management (Partners) and Thompson Child & Family Focus (Thompson) kick off the opening of a new Short-Term Crisis Stabilization facility that will help transition high-risk adolescents who are in the custody of Departments of Social Services to more stable placements.
Forsyth, Davie County services transition to Partners
Effective November 1, 2021, Partners Health Management (Partners) is managing intellectual/developmental disability, mental health and substance use care for residents in Davie and Forsyth counties who receive specialized Medicaid and State-funded services.
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Forsyth, Davie will move to Partners November 1
Behavioral health and intellectual/developmental disabilities services for residents in Forsyth and Davie counties will be managed by Partners Health Management effective Nov. 1, 2021, ahead of the anticipated early 2022 transition period.
Partners Awarded Tailored Plan Contract by NC Medicaid

Partners Health Management (Partners) has been contracted to operate a North Carolina Behavioral Health and Intellectual/Developmental Disability (Behavioral Health/IDD) Tailored Plan as part of the state’s transition to Medicaid Managed Care.   

Partners Health Management expands

Partners Health Management is expanding its coverage area to include three counties in addition to the nine it was already serving (including Rutherford). As a result, the Rutherford County Commissioners approved a resolution at their meeting Tuesday that will also expand its board.

NC DHHS Secretary approves Stanly County’s request to move from Cardinal Innovations to Partners Health Management

Stanly County was notified today that Dr. Mandy Cohen, Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS), has approved its request for realignment with Partners Health Management (Partners). The realignment has an effective date of September 1, 2021 and was approved in accordance with NCGS § 122C-115(a3) and county disengagement rules.

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