We are a Provider of Mental Health Services including Comprehensive Clinical Assessments; Individualized Treatment and Service Planning; Individual, Group, and Family Therapy; CAP MR/DD Personal Care Services; Substance Abuse Services and Court Ordered Evaluations such as DWI/DUI Assessments and Treatment, DMV/DOT Substance Abuse Evaluations, ADETS, SACOT, SAIOP, and Drug Testing; Home and Community Supports; Respite Care (Individual and Nursing); Supported Employment; Long-Term Vocational Supports; Outpatient Services; and Medication Management including Pain Management and Suboxone Program.


Our Juvenile Justice Substance Abuse Mental Health Partnership (JJSAMHP) strives to ensure coordinated delivery of evidence-based practices for individuals with substance use, mental health, and co-occurring disorders, who are involved in the juvenile justice system.


We accept Medicaid, Medicare, BCBS, Cigna, NC Health Choice, Medcost, and Private Pay.


We offer treatment for Depression; Anxiety; Behavior Problems in Home and School Settings; Impulse Control, Adjustment, and Personality Disorders; ADHD; Bipolar Disorders I and II; PTSD; Family and Marital Problems; Parenting Difficulties; Substance Related Disorders; Crisis Resolution; Autism, Schizophrenia and Psychotic Disorders; Body Dismorphic Disorder; and other mental health and medically needed services. Our consumers are never alone when they need us as we Provide Crisis Services at all times.


Please allow our knowledgeable and dedicated staff help you meet your needs and the needs of your family. 


Do not waste another minute of your life by suffering from mental or emotional stress. Allied Behavioral Management's professional and caring staff are here to help you discover new ways of coping and surviving in today's stressful environment!


All employees and volunteers will:

1. Give the interests and needs of the consumer first priority in decision making. Each employee and volunteer is expected to place service to the consumer before material gain.

2. Treat all individuals with dignity and with respect for their fundamental rights.

3. Respect the diversity of cultural, religious, and social backgrounds of consumers and all others.

4. Refuse to engage in behavior or remarks that would be considered by most reasonable people to be derogatory, sarcastic, or inappropriate.

5. Protect the confidentiality of consumers and their families.

6. Maintain a professional relationship with all consumers, maintaining and respecting the boundaries of the therapeutic relationship. No employee or volunteer will accept services, resources, or goods, paid or unpaid, from a consumer, with the exception of small tokens of appreciation, such as a card drawn by a consumer. Report all such gifts to the supervisor.

7. Refrain from using confidential information to harm the consumer or further their own interests in any way.

8. Be truthful and accurate in describing the services Allied Behavioral Management, Inc. can provide and the benefits that may result.

9. Respect the consumer’s freedom to choose a way of life, services received, and the provider of those services. Strive to ensure that consumers and families are involved in planning services, and respect their wishes.

10. Be wise stewards of the public money, not falsifying expenses or work performed in any manner.

11. Not take advantage of a supervisory position for personal gain of any type.

12. Refuse to indulge in any behavior with a consumer that is illegal or would be considered inappropriate by most reasonable people. This includes suggestive or explicitly sexual behavior, viewing pornographic material, the use of alcohol or illegal drugs, or gambling.

13. Refrain from soliciting consumers served by other agencies to enter into a relationship with Allied Behavioral Management, Inc. Employees and volunteers will not misrepresent themselves, Allied Behavioral Management, Inc. or other providers. Refuse to offer gifts or other inducements, other than inexpensive marketing materials provided by the Allied Behavioral Management, Inc., to persuade consumers to choose Allied Behavioral Management, Inc. for services.

14. Refuse to offer gifts or other inducements, other than inexpensive marketing materials provided by the Corporation, to obtain referrals to Allied Behavioral Management, Inc.

15. Refuse to make initial contact with employees of other agencies to induce them to work for Allied Behavioral Management, Inc.

16. Refrain from soliciting clients or employees to leave Allied Behavioral Management, Inc. for another provider after the employee or volunteer leaves Allied Behavioral Management, Inc.

17. Promptly report any suspicions of the abuse, neglect or exploitation of a consumer. Prevent such abuse, neglect or exploitation whenever possible.

18. Do everything in my power to protect consumers against behavior that could cause physical or psychological harm.

19. Refrain from discrimination against consumers or applicants based on race, gender, color, creed, national origin, age, or disability.

We recognize that it is not always clear and easy to make ethical decisions. Whenever there is doubt, it is the responsibility of each individual to consult with his or her supervisor and to discuss the issue with other respected professionals.