‘A commitment to do the right thing’

RHD NC provides residential supports and services for adults with diagnosis of intellectual and developmental disabilities, serious and persistent mental illness and adults with dual diagnosis of mental illness and developmental disabilities. RHD NC is committed to providing the best care and support for all persons served based on their individual desires and level of need. RHD NC focuses on a person-centered approach, and much care is given to working with individuals to create homes and live the highest quality of life possible.

“We’ve had a good experience. There’s great communication, very smooth transition; it’s always been an easy process. We working with a lot of different providers, but with RHD we know that any time there’s an issue they are easy to contact, and their whole goal is to keep people housed.”
– Shanika Etheridge, property manager for Housing for Hope, landlord to a number of RHD clients.

“When I found RHD, I knew this was where I was supposed to be. Ever since then, I’ve been on the right path. I’ll be the first in my family to graduate from school, and have something of my own. That’s important to me, and RHD helped me very much. I’m proud of that.”
– Zaahib, RHD North Carolina client

“I knew this was my opportunity; to have the support of the staff, and case management to help guide me in my search for housing. It’s been phenomenal, and I’m forever grateful. It’s an amazing program — they keep their word; they say they’ll help you and they help you. I feel privileged have this experience. I have a foundation. I have stability, and support. I have hope.”
– Danina, RHD North Carolina client

“Without this place I don’t know where I’d be. The staff is very, very good; they’re all wonderful, very supportive and respectful of the people here. This program is very important; it’s essential. RHD is a great place.”
– Janie, RHD North Carolina client

“RHD’s leadership lives the mission of supportive housing. RHD has always been a willing partner to go above and beyond. RHD’s ability to be innovative and take risks was really important. That’s the spirit of our partnership with RHD — a commitment to do the right thing, first, and go from there.”
– Ann Oshel, Alliance Senior Vice President for Community Health and Well-Being