The Interagency Directors Team (IDT) was created by Georgia’s Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) in order to design, manage, facilitate, and implement an integrated approach to a child and adolescent system of care that informs policy and practice, and shares resources and funding. IDT is made up of over 20 representatives from state agencies and non-governmental organizations that serve children with behavioral health needs.
The IDT’s mission is to be a multi-agency leadership collaborative that uniquely designs, manages, facilitates, and implements an integrated approach to a child and adolescent system of care that informs policy and practice and shares resources and funding.
In an effort to keep our partners informed and to hold our CORE providers accountable, please review the attached documents which is a summarization compiled by all 4 Care Management Organizations (CMOs), Department of Community Health (DCH), Division of Family and Children Services (DFCS) and Department of Behavioral Health and Development Disabilities (DBHDD).
- CORE Provider Memorandum: There are several responsibilities of a CORE provider, one of which is addressing Crisis Intervention.
- Child Caring Institutions Memorandum: It is important that Crisis Intervention services are available for the children/youth residing in your home.
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