Tailored Plans will start October 1, 2023
NC Medicaid changed the start date for Tailored Plans to October 1, 2023. Until October 1, 2023, you will keep getting services the way you do now. 

Information and processes on this page will be changing in the weeks to come. 
Learn about Tailored Plan here

Great news! NC Health Choice will automatically move to NC Medicaid on April 1, 2023. Some benefits will be better; the rest will stay the same. Look for your new Medicaid ID card in March. Questions? Go to NC Health Choice Move to Medicaid or call Member & Recipient Services at 1-877-685-2415.


Mobile Integrated Care Units


Picture of the Port Health Mobile Crisis truck unit

Trillium launched seven traveling care vehicles, thanks to funding provided by NCDHHS through the federal Substance Abuse Treatment Block Grant. We partnered with PORT Health, Monarch, Coastal Horizons, and RHA for the units to see people living in 19 counties.

Trillium saw the pandemic as a reminder of the health care inequalities experienced by people of color, rural residents, and Medicaid-insured individuals across the counties we serve. We launched the One Community Initiative to help with the stress, anxiety, depression and general mental health challenges caused by the pandemic.

Across the United States, we have also seen an increase in mental health crises caused by the anxiety and grief of the pandemic. Unfortunately, too many people have been visiting emergency rooms when they have these crises, particularly those who are uninsured, Medicaid-insured, or people of color. 

Each provider will cover the following areas:

While specific services at each unit may be different based on provider or local needs, they are expected to offer the following:

  • Mental health screenings
  • Substance use disorder treatment
  • Traditional therapy
  • Assertive outreach
  • Medication management via telemedicine
  • Care management
  • Peer support
  • Crisis and Disaster Response 

As the needs of communities grow, clinics may offer physical health services such as general health checkups and vaccinations (like flu or pneumonia)

In the future, we hope the mobile clinics will be able to provide Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for individuals experiencing with opioid addiction.

Mobile Clinic Schedule and Locations


Mobile Clinic 1 serves Halifax, Northampton and Nash Counties.  Mobile clinic 2 serves Gates, Bertie and Hertford Counties. Below is a link to their website which gives their schedule, locations and ways to refer. 

Walk-in visits are welcome. Appointments are available by calling (866) 272-7826.

Schedule and Locations

Coastal Horizons 

The Coastal Horizons Mobile Clinics serve Brunswick, Columbus, and Bladen counties. Below is a link to their website which gives their schedule, locations and ways to refer.  

Walk-ins are welcome, and appointment requests can be made using the calendars below.

Schedule and Locations

RHA Health Services 

Mobile Clinic 1 serves Beaufort, Martin, Ocracoke Island, Tyrrell, and Washington.  Mobile Clinic 2 serves Columbus County and Bladen County. Below is a link to their website which gives more information and contact info.  

Schedule and Locations


Serves Carteret County.  They have a rotating schedule of every other Wednesday at Pruitt Health parking lot in Sea Level 8:00 am - 12:00 noon and 1:00 - 430 pm at the Otway Fire and EMS building.  Please call their Morehead City office at 252-222-3144 to make a referral

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