Highland Rivers Health’s highlighted in Polk County Standard Journal for their efforts with local authorities to establish an Accountability Court.
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Behavioral Health Services of South Georgia provides a “PATH out of homelessness.” Program paves road back home.
Read the full Valdosta Daily Times Article Here.
Aspire Behavioral Health, received the Organization Merit Award at the 2015 Georgia System of Care Academy (07/15/15)! Lisa Spears, Director of C&A Services, goes above and beyond to develop and maintain programs for our children, youth and families in Southwest Georgia. Her spirit, passion, and love for children drive her leadership everyday! I have had the pleasure of working with Lisa on several projects and this award was well deserved! Aspire’s CEO, Dr. Kay Brooks was also present today to join Lisa, staff, and most importantly, several youth living in recovery thanks to Lisa’s commitment to make a difference! For more information about Aspire’s children and youth programs please visit their website at http://www.aspirebhdd.org/child_ADOL.html
Please join me in congratulating Dr. Kay Brooks and her team at Aspire!
“Mental health summit to present cutting-edge research, information.” Check out the CrossRoads News Article featuring DeKalb CSB’s Clinical Officer Brenda Cibulas here