Our mission is to deliver comprehensive human services that enable people to achieve their goals in life.
Inspiring Care. Achieving Together.
Our community services coordinators link each individual in the community with a direct care employee who helps to meet the specific needs of the individual.
Therapeutic Alternatives, Inc. operates group homes for adults in Guilford, Randolph, Hoke and Moore Counties.
We operate DDA licensed group homes as well as SPMI group homes.
Therapeutic Alternatives, Inc. contracts with six Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) to provide Geriatric Adult Mental Health Specialty Team services in 30 counties in central and eastern North Carolina. > Learn More
Therapeutic Alternatives, Inc. strongly values our connections to community stakeholders. > Learn More
The Cap and Mabel Burrow Foundation is a non-profit agency that works throughout the year to provide support to meet the medical and social needs of people with developmental disabilities, mental illness and addictive diseases.
Cap and Mabel Burrow founded Therapeutic Alternatives in 1958 when they began operation of the Randolph County Home at the request of the county commissioners. The Foundation was created in an effort to help meet the unmet needs of people receiving services.
The Foundation is supported by private donations. The Foundation partners with local agencies throughout the year to help meet unmet needs.