Jacquelyn Holloway R.N. distributes medications to patients Thursday June 27, 2013, at WakeBrook Recovery Center in Raleigh. Nearly 3,000 clients receiving services through Wake County mental health programs will make the move July 1 to a network of private providers and UNC. The $25 million Wake has spent annually will flow to Alliance Behavioral Healthcare, which has eight subcontractors to provide services to adults, children, inmates and other special populations. UNC will operate the in-patent WakeBrook facility and oversee care of the 500 "most fragile" cases.
Jacquelyn Holloway R.N. distributes medications to patients Thursday June 27, 2013, at WakeBrook Recovery Center in Raleigh. Nearly 3,000 clients receiving services through Wake County mental health programs will make the move July 1 to a network of private providers and UNC. The $25 million Wake has spent annually will flow to Alliance Behavioral Healthcare, which has eight subcontractors to provide services to adults, children, inmates and other special populations. UNC will operate the in-patent WakeBrook facility and oversee care of the 500 "most fragile" cases. tlong@newsobserver.com
Jacquelyn Holloway R.N. distributes medications to patients Thursday June 27, 2013, at WakeBrook Recovery Center in Raleigh. Nearly 3,000 clients receiving services through Wake County mental health programs will make the move July 1 to a network of private providers and UNC. The $25 million Wake has spent annually will flow to Alliance Behavioral Healthcare, which has eight subcontractors to provide services to adults, children, inmates and other special populations. UNC will operate the in-patent WakeBrook facility and oversee care of the 500 "most fragile" cases. tlong@newsobserver.com

Wake County hands over mental health services starting Monday

July 01, 2013 12:00 AM

UPDATED July 06, 2013 01:33 PM

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