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Mental Health Resources in WNC

Mental Health Resources in WNC

If you are uninsured or underinsured, there are still available resources so you can get the help you need. Here is a list of agencies, nonproits and crisis lines available in Western North Carolina.

Open Path Collective

For a lifetime membership of $59, Open Path provides a list of counselors and therapists in your area that provide in-office or tele-therapy on a sliding scale for people without insurance or a high deductible.  

Meridian Behavioral Health Services

Haywood County — 828.452.9258/ 828-456-2997

Jackson County — 828.631.3973

Macon County — 828.349.0001

Transylvania County — 828.883.2708

Appalachian Community Services

Emergency services team - 888.315.2880

Cherokee County — 828.837.0071

Clay County — 828.389.1494

Haywood County — 828.452.1395

Graham County — 828.479.6466  

Macon County — 828.524.9385

Swain County — 828.488.3294

The Balsam Center (Waynesville) — Psychiatric Clinic: 828.454.7220; Adult Recovery Unit: 828. 454.1098

No Wrong Door

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NAMI of Western North Carolina (National Alliance on Mental Illness)

Mobile crisis — 888.573.1006

The Hope4NC Helpline (855.587.3463) available 24/7 to all NC residents during COVID-19 crisis.

All Souls Counseling Center

A nonprofit that provides quality mental health counseling to the uninsured and underinsured residents of Western North Carolina.


RHA Health Services


National Veterans Crisis Line — 800.273.8255

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline — 800.273.TALK (8255) and 800.799.4889

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