This brief report compares rates of health insurance coverage for children and young adults in Georgia and the United States.
The Center of Excellence conducts policy analysis on financing structures and service delivery opportunities to support the development and implementation of a sustainable behavioral health System of Care.
The Center of Excellence’s workforce development team builds workforce capacity throughout the behavioral health system.
Benefits and Barriers to Evidence-Based Behavioral Health Services for Children with ADHD in Georgia
The project utilized qualitative methodology to obtain in-depth information on parental perceptions of barriers and benefits to behavioral treatment for young children with ADHD.
The Georgia Apex Project: Increasing Access to Intensive Mental Health Services through Community Partnership
The objective of this poster is to present qualitative and quantitative results from the ongoing evaluation of the project, including program successes, challenges, and lessons learned.
The Center of Excellence for Children’s Behavioral Health’s research and evaluation team provides monitoring and assessment services for behavioral health providers and state agencies.
The Georgia Center of Excellence in Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health (COE) is partnering with the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) to provide fidelity monitoring, evaluation, research, training, and technical assistance for the child and adolescent behavioral health System of Care in Georgia. This fact sheet details the work of the… more »
School-based mental health (SBMH) programs provide a continuum of mental health services to students and their families in the school setting.
Transition age youth and young adults (TAYYA) ages 14 to 26 comprise a significant portion of the population in Georgia and across the nation. This age is particularly vulnerable to a variety of physical, behavioral, and social issues, due to difficulties that may arise when transitioning from childhood to adulthood. This booklet was designed by the Georgia Interagency… more »