Every child and young adult in Georgia will have access to high-quality, integrated behavioral health services and support, empowered by a statewide network of trauma-informed organizations working together to prevent and heal childhood adversity.
We Are Building A Resilient Georgia.
To lead a state-wide coalition to develop a closely-aligned and trauma-informed public and private network working toward a united vision to create a birth through 26 year old integrated behavioral health system. Key components to be implemented by our partners include prevention, early intervention, research, advocacy and policy, and System of Care implementation and coordination.
We are building a statewide coalition of trauma-informed organizations by convening diverse private and public partners to build a stronger, more resilient Georgia. Our 5-pronged approach aims to:
Promote coordinated, trauma-informed practices
Build awareness and a common language around adversity and resilience
Advocate for policy and system change
Create a sustainable model
Year in Review Annual Report
We are building a statewide coalition of trauma-informed organizations by convening child-facing providers to build a stronger, more resilient Georgia. In April 2019, we hosted our first Resilient Georgia two-day Strategic Planning Meeting and developed a Strategic Map for our first three years (2019 to 2022).
Resilient Georgia, in partnership with the Pittulloch Foundation, provides ACEs prevention education in 12 regions of Georgia and ensures urban and rural communities statewide have access to resources.
Resilient Middle Georgia
Thomasville Resilient SWGA
United Way of Southwest Georgia
Aligning Community Systems for Resilience Initiative
Greater Valdosta United Way