To Whom It May Concern,
Please forward this information to your congregation.
Identifying Georgia's Independence, Recovery, and Prevention Needs
The Regional Advisory Councils of the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) has launched a major study to identify Georgia's independence, recovery and prevention needs. We are eager to heaar from at least 8,000 Georgians representing 159 countries. The survey will close on 4/5/2019. Your voice matters! You are invited to help improve the lives of people with mental illnesses, addictive diseases and intellectual developmental disabilities and strengthen community efforts in prevention and early intervention. Please respond to the survey yourself, encourage others to participate, and share this information on your social media. If you have any questions or would like further information please contact Zenawit Nerae, community involvement intern, [email protected]
, or (240) 360-0583. Thank you for helping people with disablities gain independence and recovery and helping communities strengthen prevention and early intervention.
This study is an online survey that is free, anonymous, brief, and open to all residents of Georgia. Below are the links to English and Spanish versions:
Thank you, Georgia DBHDD Regional Advisory Councils
Contact People: Study Director: Irene Cheyne, representative, DBHDD Statewide Leadership Council and Regional Advisory Councils, (509) 929-6849, [email protected]
Study Administration: Yosha Dotson, ptogram director, Mental Health Statewide Leadership Council, (240) 360-0583, [email protected]