CBAY (Community Based Alternatives for Youth)

CBAY provides families with treatment options by allowing them to "waive" residential or institutional care. Families enrolled in CBAY receive intensive supports from community providers, which allow their children to remain at home and in the community. Learn more...

SUMMIT Transition Program

SUMMIT is a program designed to help young people get the most out of life. SUMMIT helps young adults map and navigate their journey to success, from meeting personal independence, education, or career goals, to improving emotional and physical well-being. Learn more...

Department of Juvenile (DJJ) Justice Pilot

The DJJ Pilot Project support youth with severe behavioral health needs as they are transitioning or diverted from DJJ facility-based placement to the community. This project was designed to demonstrate the effectiveness of High Fidelity Wraparound Services (Wrap) in helping youth to maintain safely in the community. Learn more...

System of Care (SOC) Supplemental Support Grant

Though the SOC Grant, funded by DBHDD (Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities), LM CME supports the continued development and expansion of Georgia's SOC for families and children with behavioral health needs. Learn more...