Georgia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities
Commissioner Frank Berry
2 Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
Georgia Crisis & Access Line
February 14, 2013
- Upcoming Events for DBHDD:
The Carter Center Mental Health Program, February 14
Mental Health Day at the Capitol, February 19
15th Annual Disability Day at the Capitol, February 21
Suicide Prevention Day at the Capitol, February 21
- Commissioner Frank Berry and Deputy Commissioner Judy Fitzgerald were honored this week by the Georgia Parent Support Network for their commitment to improving behavioral health access for all Georgians.
- DBHDD' s provider network is a partner in building community supports that allow people with behavioral health challenges and developmental disabilities to live a life of independence in communities throughout Georgia. Grady Hospital is one of our ACT team providers who is making a difference in the lives of people we service. Here is a glimpse of their work.
- Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) is an evidence based practice that is client-centered, recovery-oriented, and a highly intensive community based service for individuals who have severe and persistent mental illness. Below are frequently asked questions about DBHDD ACT teams and how they serve Georgians in their communities. [More info]