The Hyde County Health Department has set up Hyde County Behavioral Health (HCBH) to provide referrals for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, thought disorders, post- traumatic stress disorder, substance use disorder and more.

Available to adults age 18 years and older, the program currently consists of telepsychiatry services through collaboration with ECU Center for Telepsychiatry, on-site mental health and substance abuse counseling services, educational resources and treatment navigation services for those suffering from substance use disorders.

The HCBH team consists of a board-certified psychiatrist, licensed clinical social worker, registered nurse and a substance awareness coordinator.

HCBH currently accepts the following insurances: Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medcost, United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna, Medicaid and Medicare.

For those with no insurance or who are underinsured, services are also offered at a discounted rate according to a sliding scale.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 252- 926-4399.


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