Annual filing for the period July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2021
Data, research and guidance to encourage the implementation of school-based behavioral health (SBBH) programs. Research indicates that comprehensive SBBH programs
Georgia Appleseed supports Senate Bill 169, a bipartisan bill that passed unanimously in Georgia’s Senate and is now with the House. The bill seeks to ensure timely tribunals for students facing disciplinary action, as well as the provision of instructional materials while awaiting a hearing.
Understand key legal and liability considerations for schools and school districts interested in incorporating Certified Peer Specialist (“CPS”) Programs into school-based behavioral health (SBBH) initiatives.
This handbook describes how comprehensive school-based behavioral health (SBBH) services complement existing frameworks of academic support within the public school setting.