Catawba Valley Healthcare
Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Services

Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Services

IDD services at Catawba Valley Health Care include:

  • Primary care
  • Life Skills training
  • Residential services
  • Mobile crisis management

Catawba Valley Healthcare has been committed to the healthcare and well-being of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities since 2005. CVH professional offers compassionate, personalized care to those with IDD. 

Primary Care Services

Primary Care

Primary Care Services at Catawba Valley Healthcare include:

  • Adult Wellness and Preventive Care for Women & Men
  • Chronic Illness Care Management
  • Acute Care Needs

Our primary care providers are committed to providing outstanding patient-centered, integrated primary health care. Your primary care clinic is your medical home where your primary care needs are met and the coordination of care with other medical healthcare specialists is managed.

Mental Health Services

Mental Health

Mental Health Treatment Services at Catawba Valley Healthcare include:

  • Comprehensive Clinical Assessment
  • Psychiatric Evaluation
  • Medication Management
  • Individual, Group and Family Therapy

Our services staff include:  Registered Nurses, Physician Extenders, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Master’s level Psychologists and Psychiatrists, and Licensed Behavioral Health Therapists.

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CVH Happenings

Catawba Valley Healthcare is Relocating Its Morganton Office

Catawba Valley Healthcare is Relocating Its Morganton Office

As of October 13, 2023, Catawba Valley Healthcare’s Morganton offices are no longer located at 301 E Meeting Street, Ste 104. Due to unforeseen circumstances, CVH had to make some changes to our footprint in Burke County, but we put in place a plan to ensure that all our clients are taken care of and all needs during this time of transition are addressed.

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Connections Clubhouse

Connections is a psychosocial rehabilitation clubhouse that was established in 1990 through Mental Health Services of Catawba County in response to the need for an ongoing community support program for our adults with brain/behavioral health disorders.

Connections is specifically designed for adults (18 and older) who have a diagnosis of severe and persistent mental illness. Connections provides opportunities to assist clubhouse members in leading meaningful, productive, and independent lives. We approach this goal by providing meaningful work and relationships and the opportunity for our participants to feel a sense of belonging to a welcoming community.

Mobile Crisis Management

Catawba Valley Healthcare has been providing Mobile Crisis Services throughout Catawba and Burke counties since 2006. Our Mobile Crisis clinicians respond to brain/mental health illness and substance use crises. Our interventions reduce acute symptoms of a crisis to prevent the admission of an individual to a hospital or other restrictive environment.

Our crisis support and mobile response services are available 24/7 at this number: (828) 695-2511.  


Mobile Crisis