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About Us

The Georgia Collaborative Administrative Services Organization (ASO) is a partner with the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Development Disabilities (DBHDD) that facilitates the provision of integrated behavioral health and developmental disabilities supports and services to more than 200,000 Georgia residents statewide. Working with the DBHDD network of more than 600 providers, the Collaborative supports person-centered, whole-health, culturally sensitive supports and services to children, adolescents and adults. It is comprised of three partner companies: The Georgia Crisis and Access Line (GCAL), Beacon Health Options (Beacon), and Delmarva Foundation.


Goals

  • Supporting recovery, resiliency and independence
  • Enhancing access to community service, ensuring the delivery of quality services to prevent unnecessary care in the most restrictive settings
  • Providing a whole-health, person centered approach to care coordination
  • Leveraging technology through an integrated, customizable platform allowing core functions to communicate
  • Coordinating previously disparate systems to work efficiently
  • Improving clinical outcomes and provider performance

Vision

Easy access to high-quality care that leads to a life of recovery and independence for the people we serve.


Mission

To support DBHDD in their mission to lead an accountable and effective continuum of care to support people with behavioral health challenges, and intellectual and developmental disabilities in a dynamic health care environment.


Leadership Team

The Georgia Collaborative ASO leadership team works together to ensure that individuals receive the support they need for recovery and wellbeing; and provide the tools to offer comprehensive behavioral health and developmental disability support and services.

GA Engagement Center Staff Information