Presentation on theme: "Where Health Meets Hope Serving Barrow, Clarke, Elbert, Greene, Jackson, Madison, Morgan, Oconee, Oglethorpe, and Walton Counties. Laurie Wilburn Bailey,"— Presentation transcript:
Where Health Meets Hope Serving Barrow, Clarke, Elbert, Greene, Jackson, Madison, Morgan, Oconee, Oglethorpe, and Walton Counties. Laurie Wilburn Bailey, LPC Clinical Director email@example.com 706.389.6739 Where Health Meets Hope
Who do CSBs serve? CSBs serve children, adolescents, and adults who have diagnoses of mental illness, addiction, developmental disabilities or combinations of the three.
Mental Health Services CSBs provide services to individuals with Severe and Persistent Mental illnesses including Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders, Major Depression, and Bipolar Disorder.
Evidence-Based Practices Motivational Interviewing Dialectical Behavior Therapy Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Assertive Community Treatment Moral Reconation Therapy and many others…
Who provides the services? CSBs employ a multi-disciplinary approach to treatment.
Our staff includes: Psychiatrists Nurses: Advanced, Registered, and Licensed Licensed/certified clinicians: Psychologists, Social Workers, Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, and Certified Addiction Counselors Paraprofessional staff: Peer Specialists, Employment Specialists
Where do we serve them? CSBs provide a wide array of services in various settings. Examples include: Clinics/Day Programs Schools/work Crisis Stabilization Units Emergency Rooms Medical offices Day Reporting Centers Probation offices Court Houses Client’s homes
CSB services include: Clinic-Based Services Group Therapy and Skills Training Family Therapy Crisis evaluation and intervention Individual Therapy Medication Assistance
CSB services include: Community-Based Services Community Support Team Addictive Disease Support Services Case Management Assertive Community Treatment
CSB services include: Day Programs Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) Mental Health Peer Supports Addictive Disease Peer Supports Intensive Treatment Program
CSB services include: Crises Services Crisis Stabilization Units-inpatient units providing stabilization to those experiencing Mental Health crises or needing detoxification from substances. Average length of stay is 5 days.
Advantage’s Involvement with the Criminal Justice System CIT training to officers in our area for over 15 years. Services on-site at the Athens Day Reporting Center. Primary provider to 7 Specialty Courts including 3 Drug Courts, 3 Mental Health/Treatment Courts, and one Family Dependency Treatment Court.
Coming Soon: Recent agreement with Athens-Clarke County Police to ride along on calls involving behavioral health issues Working with State Pardons and Paroles through the Re-Entry Housing Program to create a smooth transition for individuals with mental illness from incarceration back to the community
Advantage’s Services to Homeless Individuals and Families The point of entry into services in Athens for individuals and families experiencing homelessness, this Center provides shower and laundry facilities, resettlement assistance and rapid re-housing, case management, a place to receive mail, and behavioral health treatment. Advantage Homeless Day Service Center
Homeless Residential Services 96 Shelter Plus Care units in 5 counties Residential program for homeless men with co-occurring disorders who need assistance with skills of daily living
Coming Soon: Athens Resource Center and the Village One-Stop shop for medical, dental, and behavioral healthcare; job assistance; showers/laundry Daycare for families with children experiencing homelessness Long-term housing for 24 families experiencing homelessness Free rent for 50 years to the agencies providing the services
Advantage is in the Community Barrow, Clarke, Elbert and Jackson Courts Barrow County Probation Athens Day Reporting Center AIDS Athens Athens Nurses Clinic Mercy Health Center Athens Neighborhood Health Center Medlink Schools Staff providing on site services to: