Factors Influencing the Implementation of School-Based Mental Health Services in Georgia: Results from a Two Year Longitudinal Analysis
This poster reviews factors influencing the implementation of school-based mental health services in Georgia.
Measuring Functional Impairment in Children and Adolescents: Psychometric Properties of the Columbia Impairment Scale (CIS)
This paper discusses the role of measuring functional impairment in children and adolescents.
Examining the Impact of Student Socioeconomic Status and School Attributes on School Based Mental Health Partnerships
This poster examines the impact of student socioeconomic status and school attributes on school-based mental health partnerships.
The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities’ Georgia Apex Program creates partnerships between community-based mental health providers and local schools to provide school-based mental health services.This 2 page summary discusses the findings of the second year of the program.
The Georgia Apex Program: Increasing Access to Intensive Mental Health Services through Community Partnership
This poster presents qualitative and quantitative results from the pilot-year evaluation of the Georgia Apex Program in achieving its three strategic objectives.
This poster shows perceived benefits and barriers to receiving behavioral treatment among parents of young children and their health care providers and discusses lessons learned from implementing model programs across the country.
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.