ATLANTA - In an effort to stop the sell of tobacco products to underage youth, the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) has partnered with Synar to launch an aggressive new campaign that reminds retailers it’s against
MILLEDGEVILLE - Larry Latham, Ph.D., has been appointed to lead Central State Hospital (CSH) in Milledgeville beginning June 2nd, the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) announced today. Dr.
ATLANTA - Georgia’s newest agency announced the appointment of Mark Baker as the new Director of Advocacy to further its mission of providing Georgians with services and programs that support recovery and independence.
ATLANTA (GA) - Georgia’s newest agency is highlighting the month of April to bring awareness to the dangers of alcohol use among underage youth.
ATLANTA, GA – Pledging to live a drug free life certainly has its rewards. More than 200 students from across Georgia will be recognized by Governor Sonny Perdue on April 1, 2010 for their participation in the Governor’s Red Ribbon Campaign.
BRUNSWICK, GA – Mental Health and Addictive Diseases consumers will benefit from a $12 million therapeutic community that will open Friday, March 26, 2010.
ATLANTA (GA) – Georgia’s newest agency has been awarded a $450,000 annual federal grant to improve access to children’s behavioral health care.
ATLANTA (GA) - Undercover inspections reveal more than 90 percent of Georgia retailers refused to sell tobacco to minors, making Georgia one of the best states for compliance with federal law according to information released in the Annual Synar Report