East Carolina Behavioral Health

Empowering Change. Building Hope.

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Empowering Change.

Just as there are different ways to live in the world, there are many ways for us to grow, challenge and change ourselves. ECBH offers tools, resources and opportunities for people to embrace and use to make their lives better.

Building Hope.

Support, encouragement and personal strength are essential to overcome life's challenges. ECBH extends caring assistance and choices to inspire people to move forward, to enjoy progress and to reach their fullest potential.

Dedicated to Enriching Lives

Whether it’s connecting someone to a provider, facilitating independent living, or providing assistive technology, ECBH is dedicated to offering services to help those living with intellectual and developmental disabilities to improve the quality of life for everyone involved.

Committed to Advancing Recovery

By embracing evidence-based practices, building a network of well-qualified service providers, enhancing the peer support workforce and developing community-based services, we help guide people to be the best they can be for themselves and their families.

What's New

Transitioning Youth

Save the Date! Transition Fair, Friday, April 17, 2015 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Greenville Convention Center Free of Charge!

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Be Prepared

Cardinal Innovations system update-including Provider Direct, providers will be required to assign a System Administrator as the first step in this process.

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The Families Realizing ResourceTogetheConference is a family-centered, fun weekend at no cost for eligible families with children with developmental disabilities ages 2-14 who live in the ECBH area.  

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Go to our Upcoming Events Site to check out the things going on in the counties we serve.

Mar 28

2015 NC Self-Advocates Conference: My Dreams, My Life

Join self-advocates from around the state as we learn, share, laugh and have fun! 

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Mar 28

North Carolina 2015 Partners in Policymaking Class

Learn the critical skills to be an effective advocate for positive public policy changes that affect individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.

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Apr 1

Understanding Depression in the Older Adult

Depression is a common problem in older adults, but it is not a normal part of aging

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Apr 1

Child Community Collaborative - Hertford County

Hertford County Community Collaborative meetings are held on the First Wednesday of each month from 2:00 - 3:30 pm

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Apr 6

Child Community Collaborative - Beaufort County

Child Community Collaborative - Beaufort County meetings are held the first Monday every other month at 8:30 am

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Apr 7

Guardianship Restoration & Alternatives Project

Restoration of Rights and Advocacy for Alternatives to Guardianship have been a basic part of the philosophical framework for everyone who is supporting people who have disabilities.

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Apr 7

Pitt County Resource Connection

Pitt Resource Connection (PRC) monthly meetings are open to nonprofit agencies, government and faith-based organizations. Community leaders, representatives, officials and interested residents are encouraged to attend. 

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Apr 7

Targeting Program Training

Please join us! Targeting Program TrainingThis Training is for ECBH Staff and Provider

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Apr 8

Child Community Collaborative - Gates County

Child Community Collaborative - Gates County meetings are held the second Wednesday monthly at 2:00 p.m.

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Apr 9

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health First Aid is an 8-hour training course designed to give non-mental health professionals important skills to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis.

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