Middle Flint Behavorial HealthCare providing Taylor Day Services for Developmentally Disabled Adults. Any family, regardless of income, is eligible for services which include, but are not limited to: Community Access Group and Individual and Supported Employment in Taylor, Macon and Marion Counties
Must have primary diagnosis for substance abuse, but could have secondary diagnosis of mental health. Provide Case Management/Addictive Disease Support Services Classes include but not limited to: Psycho-education, substance abuse, parenting, anger management, mental health/illness, relapse prevention, triggers, stress management/relaxation.
To provide preschool services (educational, health, dental, mental health, nutritional, social services, parent involvement and disability) to children ages 6 weeks to 5 years old, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, or disabling condition
Operates a long-term 12 bed girl facility and a long-term 12 bed boy facility at the Bridges. The Bridges homes are in confidential locations in Lee County. They are emergency shelters for confirmed cases of abuses and neglect. Children from birth to 18 years old can stay at the Bridges with a DFCS referral. Foster Care: This is an approved child placing agency. GA Center for Child Traumatic Stress: This provides mental health interventions to children and adolescence that have experienced trauma. Runaway & Homeless: Provides shelter and safety to runaway and homeless youth. Transitional Living: Provides a safe and stable home for youth transitioning out of foster care or those youth who are homeless. Program is available to youth between 18 and 21 years old. Street Outreach: Provides a drop-in center, personal items, clothes, and food for runaway and homeless youth.