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On April 9, 2018, the Rutherford County Board of Commissioners voted to end the county’s relationship with Vaya Health, the local organization that manages Medicaid and other publicly funded services for mental health, substance use disorder and intellectual and developmental disabilities services. The Commissioners proposed that the county should instead work with Partners Behavioral Health Management, another North Carolina managed care organization.

 

The North Carolina Secretary of Health and Human Services makes the final decision whether to approve the Commissioners’ decision.

 

Read more about why the Commissioners’ decision matters.