The Georgia Beck Initiative is aimed at training mental health providers serving individuals with serious mental health diagnoses in various levels of treatment throughout the state.
This 2 page summary discusses the course of the 2015–2016 school year, the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, Office of Children, Young Adults, and Families, providing funding to 29 community mental health providers throughout the state to build capacity and infrastructure for school-based mental health services.
This brief report compares rates of health insurance coverage for children and young adults in Georgia and the United States.
This content analysis examines written documentation of telephone calls to a regional sexual assault hotline over a 5-year period.
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.