HealthLink of America is a dynamic consulting service with a focus on the management of community and facility based behavioral health agencies for small to large provider organizations. Agencies that we work with see the value of dramatically increased profitability, effectiveness, efficiency, legal/regulatory and accreditation compliance. Our exceptionally qualified professionals will provide training and oversight of quality enhanced evidenced based clinical service delivery practices, financial programs to include budget management, payroll and billing services; marketing, human resources management and health and safety programs. Our clients quickly realize a significant return on investment (ROI) once our consulting recommendations, technologies and techniques have been implemented.
HealthLink of America understands that every agency will have a unique way of operating based on their mission, vision and values. HealthLink of America will discover that uniqueness and provide solutions that will exceed expectations while providing tremendous value to your organization.
HealthLink of America understands that most agencies have limited budgets and need to realize a significant return on investment in order to justify management consulting and/or outsourcing. This is why every effort is made to provide full service turnkey solutions by utilizing state of the art business practices that are not only high quality, but cost effective and customized to your specific needs.
Know the signs…Listen…Call for Help.
HealthLink of America, a provider of behavioral health care consulting and training services has launched a statewide mental health crisis awareness and informational campaign reaching out to individuals, families, community human service organizations and providers. The summer campaign, networking with law enforcement, healthcare providers, schools and community outreach programs will begin in Northeastern, North Carolina, travel to the Raleigh/Durham area and end in Charlotte.
The key message is to advocate for crisis awareness, inform, educate and hopefully breakdown the stigma associated with seeking and receiving mental health services. A crisis does not differentiate between old, young, race or gender. Lack of access to essential services and support, poverty, homeliness, substance abuse, health problems, discrimination and victimization can all be contributing factors.
You never know what a person is going through. Every crisis in not a mental health crisis; however a convergence of circumstances can lead to a mental health crisis: Know the signs…Listen…Call for help!