Child Health & Well-Being
The center aims to improve child outcomes and child and family policies in Georgia through applied policy analysis and research. Grants from public and private sources fund programs in the areas of school health, childhood obesity, and child well-being.
Cost Savings Continue to Accrue for Youth Enrolled in High Fidelity Wrap Services Up to One Year After Discharge
To estimate behavioral health expenditures one year pre, during, and one year post implementation of a High Fidelty Wraparound (Wrap) intervention targeting children… more »
Barriers to Evidence-Based Behavioral Health Services for Young Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Researchers at the Georgia Health Policy Center are partnering with the National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities at the Centers for… more »
The GHPC is partnering with the Center for Leadership in Disability, Institute of Public Health on a grant from the Health… more »
In 2008, the Georgia Health Policy Center implemented an innovative learning approach to build state legislators’ capacity for decision-making in a more systemic context. Participating… more »