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Georgia Parent Support Network is dedicated to providing support, education, and advocacy for children and their families with mental illness, emotional disturbances, and behavioral differences.
Philosophy of Care
- Community-based, family focused, culturally competent systems of care
- Full parent and child participation in planning and delivery of services Professional research and public education
- Equity of treatment and availability of information
- Our partners in advocacy
- The expertise a family offers
- The opportunity to collaborate
- The opportunity to make a difference for families and children by improving their quality of life
- Innovative, flexible approaches that support provision of services
- A family-friendly system of accountability based on positive outcomes
- Parent-run family support groups in which families can share solutions, exchange ideas, and receive information
- Youth involvement in everything we do
- To create a community-based network of support for parents of children living with severe emotional disturbances and behavioral difficulties that facilitates sharing of information, ideas, and problem solving.
- To advocate in the public forum on local, state, and federal levels for comprehensive, coordinated, community-based, and family-driven mental health services for children and adolescents.
- To increase public awareness about the needs and conditions of children and adolescents who live with severe emotional disturbance to reduce the stigma of mental illness.
- To foster collaboration among parents, clients, and professionals.
- To administer programs and services that meet the needs of children living with emotional and/or behavioral disturbances and fill in the gaps existing in the continuum of Georgia's mental health system.