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Fox 8 News

Turn on sound in the video above to learn more about Mindful Innovations in this coverage from Fox 8 News. 

Scroll down this page to learn more about us in additional coverage from Spectrum News 1, WFMY News 2, and the High Point Enterprise. 

Spectrum News 1

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By Chelsea Floyd

HIGH POINT, N.C. — A new integrated health care service is opening and it's the first of its kind in High Point. Mindful Innovations offers mental health and primary care services. 

Owner Crystal Montague is a High Point native and a two-time graduate of Winston-Salem State University. She says the clinic is addressing the lack of diversity in mental health care treatment. 

The clinic is the only practice in the city with two Black women providers. 

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WFMY News 2

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By Lauren Coleman

HIGH POINT, N.C. — Crystal Montague and Kris Roberson have a close bond. Not only are they both nurse practitioners, but they're also family.  

“We're first cousins,” Montague, FNP-C, PMHNP-BC, said. “We're approximately a month apart in age and I'm the oldest and we grew up together."

The High Point natives recently opened Mindful Innovations on Mendenhall Oaks Parkway in High Point. The facility is an integrated behavioral health and primary care clinic. It's the first black female-owned clinic of its kind in the area.

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High Point Enterprise

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By Guy Lucas

HIGH POINT, N.C. — Born just weeks apart, cousins Crystal Montague and Kris Roberson grew up in High Point together like best friends — or as Roberson put it, "played together, done all the cousin stuff together, got in trouble together."

And now they are health care entrepreneurs together.

This past spring they opened Mindful Innovations in the Mendenall office park in north High Point, combining Montague's work as a family and psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner with Roberson's as a family nurse practitioner. It is the first woman-owned and Black-owned practice in High Point that offers both mental health and primary care services under the same roof.

Montague said the idea for the practice evolved out of discussions during the early part of the COVID-19 pandemic about offering mobile services. As pandemic restrictions eased, they talked more about opening an office in High Point, where they saw in particular a gap in mental health services.

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