The Georgia Center of Excellence (COE) in Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health is part of the Georgia Health Policy Center which is housed within Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies. The Center was created in partnership with the Child and Adolescent Office of the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD).
This project is funded by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and builds on previous statewide efforts of the Community Based Alternatives for Youth (CBAY) project and KidsNet to develop and implement a sustainable System of Care that is individualized, comprehensive, coordinated, culturally competent, and driven by child and family needs.
March – July 2015
- Develop purposeful & effective transitions. Enhancing community connections to ensure families have continued support. Address common challenges in transitioning families and utilizing team progress to create the transition portfolio.
– Participants – Care Coordinators, Family Support Partners &…
- Gain an understanding of the critical components in order to provide high fidelity wraparound. Provides an opportunity to practice the process including identifying functional strengths, creating an individualized plan of care and learn the basic facilitation skills for running…