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People experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis now have expanded access to care in Guilford County with the launch of additional longer-term services at the Guilford County Behavioral Health Center (GCBHC). The center has been providing mental and behavioral health care for all ages, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week since opening in June 2021. Today, Guilford County Government, in partnership with Cone Health, opened 16 longer-term crisis care beds to provide an immediate, safe place for observation and care for adults with significant mental and emotional health care needs.

“The Guilford County Behavioral Health Urgent Care has served thousands of residents experiencing a mental or behavioral health crisis with compassionate, immediate, confidential care since opening in 2021, but sometimes those needs are more complex and last beyond the initial symptoms,” said Guilford County Board of Commissioner Chairman Melvin “Skip” Alston. “By expanding the services offered at the Behavioral Health Center, we can provide longer-term care right here in the same building allowing patients to continue their recovery without having to leave their county and local support system.”

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