Partners Behavioral Health Management – Crossroads Site
200 Elkin Business Park Drive
Elkin, NC 28621
Phone: Stephanie Funderburk
Reclaiming Futures Crossroads, based in Iredell, Surry and Yadkin counties, is one of the many projects supported by Communities Caring for Families that implements system-of-care principles and practices to serve children and families here.
Iredell, Surry and Yadkin counties struggle with a limited number of licensed substance abuse professionals and a low service penetration rate. Through the Reclaiming Futures approach, we are working to increase our service efficiency and expand substance abuse services to improve the quality of alcohol and drug treatment services available to youth in our justice system.
We plan to do the following to help young people in our area:
- Improve treatment services for drug and alcohol use
- Create a comprehensive system-of-care that coordinates juvenile court, juvenile services, schools, social services, and other community family service agencies, and;
- Involve the community in creating new opportunities for youth.
In addition, we will increase the role of families in directing their care. We also strive to incorporate mental health service delivery and work in tandem with other community groups/projects such as: County Child Protection Teams, Exchange/SCAN, Family Court Improvement Projects, Iredell-Statesville Schools-Monticello School, Juvenile Crime Prevention Councils, Juvenile Justice Treatment Continuum, Surry Youth Achievement Program, System of Care and other family service organizations.
Our Core Partners
- Communities Caring for Families
- Juvenile Crime Prevention Councils
- North Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention – District 17b, 22, and 23
- North Carolina Administrative Office of the Court
- North Carolina Judicial Districts, 17b, 22 and 23
- Crossroads Behavioral Healthcare
- New River Behavioral Healthcare
We are funded by the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust and receive additional support from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.