Traditional Outpatient Mental Health Services

Typical outpatient services at Delta are available for adults with mental health concerns and include both therapies with licensed therapists or interns, and psychiatry for medications to help in managing mental health. Available therapies include both individual and couples therapies. For more information on other services available select from the menu on the right. For more information about the practitioners at Delta view our Provider Directory.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Delta also offers Dialectical Behavior Therapy skills groups for adults as a supplement to therapies when recommended to clients. DBT as it is referred to, uses a skills group therapy format to learn and practice healthy and effective management of emotions, even under duress. Other DBT skills include skills to be more effective with others and mindfulness skills to increase awareness.

Facility Programs

In addition to traditional outpatient services for mental health, Delta has 2 licensed programs, a Partial Hospital Program (PHP) and a Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP). Delta’s facility programs are licensed by the North Carolina Division of Health Services Regulation, a division the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. The Partial Hospital Program and Intensive Outpatient Program are both CARF accredited, which means these programs have satisfied annual conformance requirements for quality standards that enhance the lives of persons served.  In addition, standards of care for participants in the programs are set by the North Carolina Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse. Delta’s facility programs are endorsed by the local management entity, Coastal Care, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse located in Wilmington.

Support Groups

One support group currently meets at Delta. Wilmington’s TG Group, a transgender support group, meets monthly at Delta.