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Georgia DBHDD’s new definition of SPMI

Current Status: Active PolicyStat ID: 2339257 Creation: 4/13/2016 Last Reviewed: 4/13/2016 Last Revision: 4/13/2016 Next Review: 4/13/2018 Owner: Monica Johnson, MA, LPC: Director, Division of Behavioral Health Chapter: BH Community Services Section: Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities’ Definition of Severe and Persistent Mental Illness, 01-121 APPLICABILITY POLICY STATEMENT 1. Designated Mental Illness […]

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What keeps you awake at night?

PEOPLE MOST IMPORTANT VALUE DRIVERS “What keeps you awake at night?” True tales of the midnight shift I was asked this question by a consulting firm, hired to identify improvements in our different service areas.  What a great question! Well, besides getting calls at all hours of the day and night, the gut issue for […]

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President Kennedy’s address to Congress 1963

John F. Kennedy, February 5, 1963   To the Congress of the United States: It is my intention to send shortly to the Congress a message pertaining to this nation’s most urgent needs in the area of health improvement. But two health problems-because they are of such critical size and tragic impact, and because their […]

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Person Centered Planning

Person Centered Planning

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Policy & Procedure Development

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Business Senses, USE Them for Systemizing

  As a business owner, would you like to eliminate some stress from your life?  Consider having systems in place.  Documenting what really works can make you, your employees, and your processes more efficient and effective.   People want to work with companies that treat them well and they want to know what their job responsibilities […]

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