In the Raleigh area the Autism Society of North Carolina provides services through the following MCOs: Cardinal Innovations and Alliance Behavioral Healthcare. ASNC provides Medicaid CAP/Innovations, state-funded (formerly known as IPRS), and Vocational Rehabilitation services. In addition, we accept private pay.
Direct Care Services
ASNC is an accredited service provider of residential, recreational, vocational, and community-based services. Direct care services provide children and adults with autism the skills to increase self-sufficiency and participate in the community in a meaningful way. For more about the specific offerings, please click here.
Programs unique to the Raleigh area include:
JobTIPS Vocational Group
ASNC has received a grant that will enable us to offer JobTIPS training free of charge to a group of adults on the autism spectrum seeking to explore career opportunities and develop work skills. The next group will begin meeting weekly in April and follows the JobTIPS curriculum developed by Do2Learn. The program will begin Wednesday, April 12 and continue through June 28, 2017 from 1 - 3 p.m.
Creative Living is an innovative day program for adults with autism. The structured learning environment at Creative Living offers the following opportunities for adults with autism:
- Social skills training through leisure activities, social interaction, and community integration.
- Vocational training and supported employment.
- Community outreach and volunteerism.
- Creative expression through art.
Supported Living Homes
We operate two Supported Living Homes that house adults with autism who receive daily support.
Want to work for us? Click here to see a list of current openings.
Chris Liga, Regional Services Director
6300 Chapel Hill Road, Suite 140
Raleigh, NC 27607
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