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Morganton, NC USA
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • A Caring Alternative's estimated annual revenue is currently $35.6M per year.
  • A Caring Alternative's estimated revenue per employee is $270,000

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  • A Caring Alternative has 132 Employees.
  • A Caring Alternative grew their employee count by 2% last year.
  • A Caring Alternative currently has 1 job openings.
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We are a comprehensive care agency providing mental health and substance abuse services to adults, adolescents, and children in western North Carolina. As a provider of mental health and developmental disability services, we have been in business since 2006. We were founded on the belief that when people truly care and are willing to go the extra mile, we will not only improve lives, we will create success in the lives of the people we support. Time and again, we have proven that and we will continue to do so. At A Caring Alternative, personal service means access, flexibility, convenience and responsiveness. Our staff wants to understand how to best meet your mental health and/or developmental disability needs through these basic four principles. Our Mission A Caring Alternative, LLC will be the most valued and trusted agency in the community delivering mental health services and services to individuals with developmental disabilities. Through compassionate staff, who have the desire and knowledge to deliver quality services, we will strive to promote the independence of every client we serve. Keeping individuals and their families safe and comfortable in the most important placetheir home and their local community.



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