News Releases

The following are pdf versions of Vaya Health News Releases for viewing and downloading. For all Vaya Health news with pictures visit the news website. To receive news releases in the future, join our media list by emailing Rachel Leonard-Spencer, Marketing and Communications Coordinator, at rachel.leonard-spencer@vayahealth.com.

Recent News Releases

pdf-1 NEWS RELEASE – N.C. managed care organizations announce coalition
Posted 11/15/2017

pdf-1 NEWS RELEASE – Waynesville behavioral health center expands
Posted 10/11/2017

pdf-1 NEWS RELEASE – Mental health kiosk screenings now available in Buncombe County
Posted 9/20/2017

pdf-1  NEWS RELEASE – Advocates rally in support of recovery, healthier communities
Posted 9/9/2017

pdf-1  NEWS RELEASE – N.C. governor promotes substance use recovery during Vaya Health visit
Posted 8/30/2017

pdf-1  NEWS RELEASE – Mental health kiosk screenings now available in Cherokee County
Posted 8/30/2017

pdf-1  NEWS RELEASE – WNC residents invited to rally for recovery Sept. 9 at Lake Junaluska
Posted 8/28/2017

pdf-1  NEWS RELEASE – Mental health kiosk screenings now available in McDowell County
Posted 8/24/2017

pdf-1  NEWS RELEASE – WNC government leaders, health advocates join forces to assemble overdose-reversal kits
Posted 8/22/2017

pdf-1  NEWS RELEASE – Mental health kiosk screenings now available in Polk County
Posted 8/10/2017

pdf-1  NEWS RELEASE –  Mental health kiosk screenings now available in Alexander County
Posted 8/10/2017

pdf-1  Mars Hill hosts county’s first-ever Crisis Intervention Team training for law enforcement, first responders
Posted 8/7/2017

pdf-1  NEWS RELEASE – Mental health screening kiosk available to Madison County residents
Posted 8/2/2017

pdf-1  NEWS RELEASE – Vaya Health announces new chief officer, department for population health
Posted 8/2/2017

Call 1-800-849-6127 toll free 24/7 to access mental health, substance use and intellectual and/or developmental disability services. Members can request materials in Spanish or English.

Llamar al número gratuito 1-800-849-6127 24/7 para obtener servicios y apoyo a la salud mental, discapacidades de desarrollo y abuso de sustancias. Los miembros pueden solicitar materiales en español o Inglés.