Reports

See Partners’ latest Provider and Service Gaps Analysis, recent annual reports, and links to other information about Partners.

Partners Behavioral Health Management is proud to serve the residents of Burke, Catawba, Cleveland, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Surry, and Yadkin Counties with behavioral health care support. Learn more about the community needs we discovered, the gaps we fill, and the programs we provide in the documents listed below.

Partners’ Annual Reports

Annual Reports highlight the behavioral health care initiatives, programs, and services improving lives and strengthening communities in Burke, Catawba, Cleveland, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Surry, and Yadkin counties. Along with general statistics and information, you will see stories about members and their families who have benefitted from the efforts of Partners, our network providers, and local government and community agencies.

To request a printed copy of these Annual Reports or submit comments and questions, contact the Public Relations Department at questions@partnersbhm.org.

If you would like to share a personal story, please contact Partners through the methods above, or speak with your service provider.

Partners’ Quarterly Reports

Three times a year, Partners’ prepares a quarterly report about the latest behavioral health care services, projects, and programs we manage in Burke, Catawba, Cleveland, Gaston, Iredell, Lincoln, Surry, and Yadkin counties. Learn how we improve lives and strengthen our communities by downloading these two-page reports.

January-March 2016 Quarterly Report: Integrated Care Hubs | Combating the Opioid Epidemic | Crisis Intervention Team Training

April-June 2016 Quarterly Report: Transitions to Community Living Program | Serving our Communities by the Numbers

October-December 2016 Quarterly Report: Coming in January 2017

Partners’ 2016 Community Behavioral Health Provider and Service Gap Analysis

Partners conducts an annual Community Behavioral Health Provider and Service Gap Analysis. This report reviews the publicly funded behavioral health services provided to the citizens of our eight counties. We use this information to decide which health care services are working, which should improve, and what needs to be added. The Department of Health and Human Services uses this document to see how well Partners’ Provider Network is meeting the needs of the communities it serves.

You can send your input and questions about the Community Behavioral Health Provider and Service Gap Analysis to questions@partnersbhm.org.

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Learn More About Partners

Have a question about Partners? Email us at questions@partnersbhm.org or call 1-877-864-1454.

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