New Leaf Behavioral Health is Raleigh-based nonprofit that provides clinical mental health services in North Carolina. New Leaf is a leading provider of free and low-fee mental health services for the uninsured and lower-income individuals in our community. Our model of services emphasizes choice, so that individuals can seek affordable options for help when they feel that they are needed or would be beneficial. By offering a range of free and affordable services and preventative initiatives for the uninsured and under-insured, we strive help people seek services early and minimize the long-term effects of mental health problems when left untreated.
The Clinical Coordinator position will allow a volunteer to work to support the direct clinical services of the program by coordinating services with referral sources, checking insurance benefits, helping coordinate referrals and scheduling. We request a minimum of 15 hours of involvement per week so that we're able to give you the training to be involved in a meaningful array of activities.
No prerequisite requirement of a mental health background is needed. Volunteers would need to be comfortable talking on the phone, be familiar with computers and possess good interpersonal skills.
Please contact us if you would like to get involved!
3725 National Drive, Suite 220, Raleigh, NC 27612, US
New Leaf Behavioral Health is a non-profit mental health organization founded as a safety net program to ensure that people in our community have access to affordable and effective mental health services. NLBH is commited to increasing the stability of our community by offering preventative initiatives in addition to a range of effective services to intervene effectively with mental illness.
New Leaf Behavioral Health is a non-profit community mental health organization founded to create a comprehensive approach to help people make lasting, positive changes in their lives. It is our goal to ensure that people in our community have access to affordable and effective mental health services. New Leaf is committed to the goal of creating a supportive environment where people feel comfortable exploring personal issues and making positive changes.
Services and supports are designed to provide meaningful assistance to the individual in acquiring and maintaining physical, mental, and social skills, which enable the individual to reach their full potential. An emphasis on personal responsibility lays the foundation for individuals to work on identifying their core problems, developing a plan to reach goals, and facilitating change in their lives.
We offer individual, couples and family counseling, a wide range of groups and have psychiatry services for those who may benefit from medication. Additionally, we offer community initiatives to try to help increase public awareness to mental health issues and identify appropriate resources to find support.