About the Kate B. Reynolds Integrated Care Project

The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust (KBR) established a partnership with the NC Center of Excellence for Integrated care to provide specialized training and technical assistance to KBR's Mental Health and Substance Abuse Integration of Care grantees. The work began in January 2012 under the direction of KBR's Health Care Division Program Officer, K. Jehan Benton-Clark, and the Center's director, Regina S. Dickens.

The grantees are working to advance integrated care in North Carolina to build healthier communities, create sustainable programs, and improve clinical performance. The Center will assist the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Integration of Care Cohort by providing comprehensive technical assistance, including individualized coaching and the development of clinical tools and an online learning community.

The Center of Excellence staff will work with each grantee organization to develop a customized change strategy, data collection and analysis process, and a long-term sustainability plan. Quarterly learning collaborative meetings will be conducted by teleconference, and each grantee will receive monthly coaching sessions and two six-hour training sessions. One-on-one technical assistance and additional workshops will be provided based on an assessment of each organization’s current grant implementation.

The Center is honored to participate in this partnership for advancing integrated care, especially for the most vulnerable---low-income individuals. See the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust website for more information about the health care projects they fund.


Rural Health Group

Freedom House Recovery Ctr

Easter Seals

Duke Family Care


Carolina Family Health Center

Triad Adult/Ped Medicine

BAART/Lincoln Community Health Center



Robeson Health Care

Kinston Community Health Center

CenterPoint Human Services

Coastal Horizons

Western NC Community Health Services


Bakersville Community Medical Clinic

Johnston County Mental Health Center