Welcome to Community Intervention & Educational Services, formally known as Piedmont Support Services of NC. We have changed our agency name but have not changed any of our services. All of our contact information will remain the same. Thank you!
We truly hope that the site will be useful to all of our visitors who share the same vision of building “Healthy Families and Communities”.
We are located in downtown Winston Salem at 520 North Spring Street. You can reach us by phone(336) 776-0322 or by email email@example.com
Community Intervention & Educational Services is a
community agency that services Winston-Salem and surrounding counties.
The agency’s focus is to support and empower families and individuals in
need of advocacy and quality support services stemming from crises. We
believe that being able to do this takes a strong partnering with the
judicial system, mental health providers, law enforcement and those
that do other services that help those in the community.
There is a great streak of violence
in every human being. If it is not channeled or understood, it will
break out in war and madness"--Gerard Vanderhaar
Agency Services Include:
- Offender Programs, Domestic Violence (COOL
PROGRAM) Is a psych-educational program approved by the NC Department
of Administration for those who have either been ordered by the judicial
system or would like to come in on a basis. There are various group
times and days to allow options for those who work, go to school or who
are the main of their families. Clients should bring their certified or
un-certified with a copy of the judgment if available.
- Anger Management for Adults: Mandatory court or for self referral
- Teen Programs: includes teen bullying, dating, family and school violence
- Victim Advocacy: Services for adults: men and women
- ages infant 5 months to age12 (Certified with the state, clinician registered to practice service
treatment is offered by a trained and Licensed therapist to treat emotional distress and
mental illness. Services are
offered for children adolescent and adults. Mental health services that are provided at Community Intervention & Educational Services are:
- Individual outpatient mental
health and or substance abuse of addiction of any kind.
- Group therapy, family
therapy, and couples therapy.
- Diagnostic Assessment
are various psychotherapeutic approaches that are effective and will be used
Child /Parent Relationship Therapy
- Trauma Focus Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Eye Movement Desensitization
and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Play therapy (This is conducted by a certified clinician approved by the State of NC to perform service)
- Sexual Offender Treatment- Certified by the state
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 9:00AM-7:30 PM
Wednesday 9:AM- 3PM (Walk in day for all programs for assessments)
*Groups are included in these times. If you are calling for an
assessment, it is suggested that you call to set aside a specific time
to allow to fill out paper work, usually 45 minutes*
Methods of payment:
We accept: Cash, Credit Cards for Psycho-educational classes
Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tri-Care, Cigna, Aetna Coventry and Mental
Health Services and sliding fee scale for all who have to pay out of
Special Needs Clients
We have services for the hearing impaired and provide services for Spanish speaking clients.
DULUTH DOMESTIC VIOLENCE TRAINING WINSTON SALEM 2015
The COOL PROGRAM would like to thank all the agencies and all 40 participants that participated in the Duluth Training! We would also like to especially like to thank Goodwill Industries of Northwest, Project Re-entry, Michael Thomas(Project Re-entry, Carol Thompson, Lyle Wildes of the Duluth Domestic Violence Project! It was a pleasure to host and have the first ever in Winston Salem!
COOL PROGRAM proudly supports PROJECT REENTRY in its efforts to give
people re-entering society from the penitentiary, an opportunity to
move forward in their life and to do wonderful and positive things. We
have to always remember that the only thing that separates us from those
that are incarcerated is that one mistake!
would like to congratulate Michael Thomas, Rebecca Sauter, graduates of
the program and Wake Forest University on their project.
Photos of WFU Students and Graduates of Project Re-entry Program giving back to the community and the country, one person at a time!
" There is no implied guarantee of safety for the victim while participants are attending any of our programs, that being: before, during or after completion of any of our programs. We comply with all local, federal and state laws in regards to informing victims and law enforcement, if we feel he/she is a threat to them or anyone in the community.