RCCHC provides high quality care for Behavioral Health patients of all ages, including:
- Common mental health diagnoses such as Anxiety, Depression, ADD/ADHD, Bipolar, and PTSD
- Chronic Pain Management
- Substance Abuse
- Opioid Addiction Treatment
- NARCAN/Naloxone Training
RCCHC Provides Integrated Care
Integrated Care combines primary health care and mental health care in one setting. Providing Integrated Care helps patients and their providers by blending the expertise of mental health, substance use, and primary care clinicians, with feedback from patients and their caregivers. This creates a team-based approach where mental health care and general medical care are offered in the same setting.
Behavioral Health Staff
RCCHC Monthly Wellness Group
RCCHC hosts a Wellness Group, open to all patients, on the second Wednesday of every month, from 10-11am. Group meetings are held in the boardroom on the second floor of Ahoskie Comprehensive Care, located at 120 Health Center Dr. Ahoskie, NC 27910.
A new general wellness topic is discussed each month. Please call either Lindsey Phelps-Copeland, LCSW or Amy Long, LPN at (252) 332-3548 to confirm attendance.
Hertford County Student Wellness Center Behavioral Health Services
The Hertford County Student Wellness Center, located on the campus of Hertford County Middle School in Murfreesboro, NC, can provide on-site behavioral health services to Hertford County Public School students. To schedule an appointment for Behavioral Health services at Hertford County Student Wellness Center, please call: 252-332-3548
Wondering if you should schedule a visit with a Behavioral Health provider?
Wondering if you should schedule a visit with a Behavioral Health provider? Taking one (or both) of these simple questionnaires may help you decide. Questionnaires are NOT intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the guidance of your doctor or other qualified health professional with any questions you may have regarding your health or a medical condition.
- 1. For each question, circle the number that best matches your mood or thinking for the past two weeks.
- 2. Add up each column and write the total on the corresponding line underneath question 9.
- 3. Add together the total for each column for your final score.
- 4. A score of 9 or greater may indicate a need to see a Behavioral Health provider.
Regardless of your PHQ-9 or GAD-7 score, if you feel you would like to see a Behavioral Health provider, you are welcome to schedule an appointment by calling any RCCHC location.