Eastpointe is conducting free monthly community education sessions during February. The programs are designed to increase the education and awareness of the community on a variety of topics related to behavioral healthcare.
Courtney Boyette has been designated as the Eastpointe community relations specialist dedicated to working with citizens and community partners in Sampson County. Each month, Eastpointe will conduct a community education session on a different topic.
Eastpointe will conduct the educational session for February in conjunction with the Clinton Police Department, and Sampson Regional Medical’s Center for Health and Wellness. The event will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 19, from 5:30 until 7 p.m., at the Center for Health and Wellness, 417 East Johnson St., in Clinton. The topic, “Violence Awareness: Don’t Become a Victim,” will be presented by Lt. Tim King of the Clinton Police Department. The session is free and open to the general public, but registration is recommended. Those wishing to attend should register by contacting Boyette at email@example.com or 1-800-913-6109.
Eastpointe is a Local Managed Care Organization (MCO) that manages, coordinates, and monitors the mental health, intellectual/developmental disabilities, and substance use/addiction services in 12 southeastern counties of North Carolina. Eastpointe works together with individuals, families, providers, and communities to manage and continually improve our behavioral healthcare system to ensure accessibility, accountability, and empowerment of people to achieve valued outcomes. To learn more, visit the Eastpointe website at www.eastpointe.net. To access services, contact the Eastpointe toll-free Call Center at 1-800-913-6109.