Integrated Healthcare
CarePartners of Georgia was established in 2003 and was founded and based upon the fundamental belief that individuals can and do recover from mental illness.

Integrated Healthcare

Many individuals receiving care for behavioral health conditions also have physical health conditions that require medical attention, and the inverse is also true. Unfortunately, our physical and behavioral health care systems tend to operate independently, without coordination between them, and gaps in care, inappropriate care, and increased costs can result. As a result of this fact, CarePartners of Georgia is committed to the provision of services whose goal is the improvement of Whole Health.

CarePartners of Georgia Integrative Health Care services are designed to:

CarePartners of Georgia provides specific case management services to youth, young adults and adults with behavioral health needs with co-occurring health care needs. These case managers:

Resources for Integrative Health Care

Health Care

Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH)

Provides links to Medicaid, Peach Care and Georgia Families: Care Management Organizations (CMO’s)

Includes:

Medication Programs

Education

Georgia Department of Educatin (GaDOE)


Includes:

Employment

Legal Rights

Community Living and Recreation

Condition Specific

Blood Disorders

Hemophilia of Georgia
 
Sickle Cell Foundation of Georgia