The Office of Individual and Family Affairs exists because Alliance Behavioral Healthcare recognizes that individual and family experience is critical in the planning and development of programs and services that allow people to have rich and fulfilling lives.

Everyone that works in Individual and Family Affairs is either receiving services, a family member of someone receiving services, or both. Our purpose is to ensure that the voices of individuals and families are heard and integrated at all levels at Alliance.

We want to empower the individuals and families we serve through education and exposure to resources.

Doug Wright

Doug Wright


Core Values

  • Individual Driven
  • Integrated Management
  • Supportive
  • Open Minded
  • Encouraging

What We Do

  • Help people navigate the system
  • Assist with complaints, grievances and appeals
  • Knowledgeable about community resources
  • Inform senior management of concerns and needs in the community
  • Support the Consumer and Family Advisory Committee (CFAC)
  • Support the Human Rights Committee
  • Involved with advocacy groups
  • Trainings and presentations to individuals, families, providers and communities at large
  • Listen
  • Care

Doug Wright, Director of Individual and Family Affairs
(919) 651-8425
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Page last modified: July 6, 2017