Welcome to Individual & Family Services
At the Georgia Collaborative ASO, we believe that all Individuals deserve to lead a life that has meaning. Whether through recovery from a behavioral health condition or social inclusion in the face of physical or developmental disabilities, Individuals want and are worthy of the respect.
This online library offers more than 2,500 articles on more than 125 topics such as wellness, family care, depression, anxiety, substance abuse financial and legal concerns. It includes many tools to support your recovery, such as trainings, links, video and audio clips. Click here to access this free and secure resource.
The Georgia Collaborative ASO’s Care Coordination Program is a community-based program designed to support and serve Individuals within the behavioral health and co-occurring developmental disability population with the most complex care needs or during critical transition periods. Being in the community allows the Care Coordination Program to support the individual in partnership with all community-based providers, DBHDD regional offices, facilities, Individuals, families, and any other stakeholders to ensure access to high quality services so Individuals can reach their recovery goals. The goal of The Georgia Collaborative ASO’s Care Coordination program is to Connect the Unconnected.
This site helps you find a provider location, specialty and other criteria.
MemberConnect is an online tool that allows you to access your benefits information, health tools and other resources. MemberConnect is easy to use, secure and available 24 hours 7 days a week. Currently available for individuals being served in Behavioral Health services — under development for Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities services.
Links to the numerous community, state, regional and national resources available to support you in your recovery.
Learn about the many services we provide individuals and their families, including peer support specialists, community reintegration, independent residence and recovery, and prevention, education and outreach.
Learn about your rights and responsibilities, as well as information about advance directives and filing grievances and appeals or HIPAA violations.