Chapter Launches New Partnership with DBHDD through AIME Project

Georgia AIME (Awareness Integrate Mobilize Educate) and the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Development Disabilities (DBHDD) continues to prioritize System of Care (SOC) development and implementation strategies to enhance services for children, youth, and young adults with mental health needs through:

  • Strengthening partnerships with other Georgia child-serving agencies
  • Expanding and sustaining infrastructure and services that support the development of a recovery-oriented
  • Multi-level, bi-directional and more effective service delivery system.

The Chapter and AIME will prioritize the enhancement of partnerships between Pediatricians and Community Service Boards with a heavy focus in rural communities through two Comprehensive Community Providers, Aspire Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities (Aspire) and Community Service Board of Middle Georgia (CSBMG).