GA DBHDD Department of Justice Settlement TImeline

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State of Georgia DBHDD & Department of Justice (DOJ)
Settlement Agreement for MI

Target Population: 9,000 individuals with SPMI who are currently receiving services in State Hospitals, frequently readmitted to State Hospitals, frequently seen in Emergency Rooms for SPMI, chronically homeless, and/or being released from jails or prisons.

FY2011
18 ACT Teams (new)
1 Intensive Case Management Team (new)
100 persons receiving state funded housing assistance (new)
90 persons receiving bridge funding (new)
70 persons receiving supported employment (new)

FY2012
20 ACT Teams (+2)
2 Community Support Teams (new)
2 Intensive Case Management Teams (+1)
5 Case Management Services (new)
1 Additional Crisis Stabilization Program (new)
500 persons receiving state funded Housing Assistance (+400)
360 persons receiving Bridge Funding (+270)
170 persons receiving Supported Employment (+100)
235 persons receiving Peer Supports (new)
35 Community Inpatient Psychiatric Beds funded (new)

FY2013
22 ACT Teams (+2)
4 Community Support Teams (+2)
4 Intensive Case Management Teams (+2)
15 Case management Services (+10)
2 Additional Crisis Stabilization Programs (+1)
1 Crisis Stabilization Service Center (new)
800 persons receiving state funded Housing Assistance (+300)
270 persons receiving Bridge Funding (-90)
440 persons receiving Supported Employment (+270)
535 persons receiving Peer Supports (+300)
6 Crisis Apartments (new)
91 Counties with Mobile Crisis Service coverage (new)
 

FY2014

22 ACT Teams (+0)
8 Community Support Teams (+4)
8 Intensive Case Management Teams (+4)
25 Case Management Services (+10)
3 Additional Crisis Stabilization Programs (+1)
3 Crisis Stabilization Service Centers (+2)
1,400 persons receiving state funded Housing Assistance (+600)
540 persons receiving Bridge Funding (+270)
500 persons receiving Supported Employment (+60)
835 persons receiving Peer Supports (+300)
12 Crisis Apartments (+6)
126 Counties with Mobile Crisis Service coverage (+35)

FY2015
22 ACT Teams (+0)
8 Community Support Teams (+0)
14 Intensive Case Management Teams (+6)
45 Case Management Services (+20)
3 Crisis Stabilization Programs (+0)
6 Crisis Stabilization Service Centers (+3)
2,000 persons receiving state funded Housing Assistance (+600)
540 persons receiving Bridge Funding (+0)
500 persons receiving Supported Employment (+0)
835 persons receiving Peer Supports (+0)
18 Crisis Apartments (+6)
159 Counties with Mobile Crisis Service coverage (+33)

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