Dancing in the Street

FAQ

What does AJAYA mean? AJAYA is sanskrit, the first human language. AJAYA means "unconquered" or "the people who could not be conquered". Here at AJAYA, we follow the motto "Live Unconquered". 

What area do you serve? We serve Caldwell County, North Carolina and the surrounding areas.

Who does AJAYA offer transportation to? We transport Medicaid recipients who reside in Caldwell County, NC. You must contact Caldwell County, NC Department of Social Services to set up a transportation appointment with us. 

What places does AJAYA offer transportation to? We can transport you from your home to a medical or procedural appointment including pharmacies. These destinations are under Caldwell County, NC Department of Social Services guidelines and regulations. 

What is the Crisis Response team and when should I call? Our crisis team is here to help you through any situation in which you feel you need immediate assistance. This could include but is not limited to: Suicide, Psychosis, paranoia, delusions, are in danger or a danger to others, substance abuse, detox/treatment, or in need of hospital admittance for rehabilitation or mental illness.

What is considered a crisis? A crisis is circumstantial. If you feel you are in need of immediate help, contact us. If it is a life threatening medical emergency please call 9-1-1 immediately.

What is peer support? Peer support is a peer in recovery for mental health or substance use who continues to better their own life by helping others work through the same situations they struggled with. 

How do I sign up for services? For transportation services, please contact Caldwell County, NC Department of Social Services. To reach our crisis team, you can leave us a message in the private chatroom below, or for a quicker response, call our crisis line at (828)292-6822. Our crisis response team is available 24 hours, 7 days a week. For all other inquiries, please call our office at (828)394-1159 between the hours of 8:00-5:00pm Monday-Friday.