Advancing Community Collaboration

The North Carolina Evidence Based Practices Center (NC EBP Center) is dedicated to the support of evidence based mental health practices, treatments and interventions.   The Center has operated since 2004 offering training, consultation and other assistance to help agencies, practitioners and administrators implement effective treatment programs.   

The advancement of community collaboration is important in order to assist healthcare and other providers to improve the quality of care for serving individuals who suffer or are impacted by mental illness.   The establishment and working with multiple stakeholders, identification of strategies for getting commitment, and identifying areas of development for community projects locally and statewide are consistent standards of care adopted across different health care settings. 

Our Consultants will meet with providers and other stakeholders to ensure that the essential elements are in place to successfully improve the quality of care.

We use a step by step approach using the following objectives:

Please contact Robert Wilson at or (910) 678-7032 or La-Lisa Hewett-Robinson at or 910-678-7207 for more information about these services.

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In affiliation with Duke University Medical Center

Part of the NC AHEC Program