North Carolina Families United
@Center for Youth, Family and Community Partnerships
330 South Greene Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
336-217-9712 - office
336-217-9750 – fax
North Carolina Families United, NFFCMH, Inc. was founded in 2000 as a 501C3.
Gail M. Cormier
Youth Transition Program Director
Youth Program Advisor
Family Justince Center
1950 Martin Street
Burlington, NC 27127
Libby Jones Family Support Director and Lead Family Partner Alamance
Family Partner / Family Evaluator
Click for a list of our current board members.
NC Families United contracts with UNCG/Center for Youth, Families and Community Partnerships (CYFCP) for operational and program support.
CYFCP Contracted Support
Claretta Witherspoon – CYFCP Family Center Care Coordinator and Director of Reclaiming Futures
Acts as Family Partner Developer for NC Families United
Kim Augsburger – CYFCP Operations Director
Acts as Business Manager for NC Families United
NC Families United wishes to give special thanks to:
Terri L. Shelton, Ph.D. Director, Center for Youth, Family, & Community Partnerships for all the support she gives to families and to this organization. Pat Solomon, former NC families United Director and current consultant to NC Families United for leading us on our journey in the beginning. Connie Hawkins, Executive Director of the Exceptional Children’s Assistance Center for guiding us as we took our first steps as an organization. And to the many supporters of families, friends and child-serving professionals who have been there along the way. You know who you all are!
This website is made possible from support of the North Carolina Community Mental Health Block grant funding/SAMHSA.
Vision, Mission & Privacy Statement
Children/Youth with serious emotional, behavioral and/or mental health challenges and their families will have a family driven , child focused System of Care to ensure their independence, safety, happiness and success in their homes, schools, and their communities.
NC Families United supports and unites the voices of children, youth, and families with mental health concerns to educate, support and advocate for improved services and lives.
NC Families United respects your privacy. NC Families United does not collect or share any personal information about you without your knowledge and consent, and no information about you is ever sold to third parties, including mailing lists.