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Certified Minority Business Enterprise of the Year: Behavioral Health Intervention Center

Celebrating Excellence: 2024 Crowns of Enterprise Awards

On Thursday, May 9, 2024, Mecklenburg County and the City of Charlotte named six local businesses winners of the 2024 Crowns of Enterprise Awards. The awards honor small businesses that demonstrate leadership, practice sound business strategies, strengthen the local economy, and support diversity and inclusion.

2024 marks the 13th year of the Crowns of Enterprise Awards. The awards are presented annually by the Mecklenburg County Office of Economic Development’s Business Diversity and Inclusion division and the City of Charlotte’s Charlotte Business INClusion program.

Certified Minority Business Enterprise of the Year: Behavioral Health Intervention Center

This award is presented to a minority-owned business certified by the State of North Carolina’s Office for Historically Underutilized Businesses that demonstrates sound business strategies while driving economic development in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg region.

Behavioral Health Intervention Center provides organizations with employee assistance services, including clinical mental health and substance use assessments for workers hoping to stay on the job after a work-related legal issue. BHIC's goal is to foster employee retention through individual counseling. In its advocacy for workers, BHIC helps ensure they return to an inclusive and equitable work environment. BHIC’s focus on retention also helps companies decrease turnover expenses and increase productivity and profitability.

BHIC was founded in 2011 by Chris A. Matthews, a licensed marriage and family therapist, a clinical addiction specialist, and a life coach.

For more details, visit the official announcement.

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