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This page provides direct links to affiliated projects and organizations that support the prevention of behavioral health issues. 


The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities provides treatment and support services to people with behavioral health challenges and addictive diseases, and assists individuals who live with developmental disabilities.  
More information about DBHDD can be found at: http://dbhdd.georgia.gov/about-dbhdd .


The Minimum Data Set (MDS) is a web-based, group level evaluation tool developed and directed under SAMHSA’s Center or Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP). It primarily serves as an online reporting system that captures relevant data and information from the various providers contracted under DBHDD’s Office of Behavioral Health Prevention.
More information about MDS can be found at https://www.georgiamds.uga.edu


The Alcohol Prevention Project (APP) is a campaign funded by a Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment block grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
More information about the APP project can be found at: http://ga-sps.org/ .


The Georgia Strategic Prevention System (GASPS) is an online resource that aids in systematically implementing and evaluating different statewide strategies that assists communities in developing and implementing effective prevention programs and policies.
More information about the APP project can be found at: http://ga-sps.org/ .


The Generation Rx Project (GenRx) is an initiative awarded by SAMHSA to prevent the abuse of prescription drugs among 12-25 year olds throughout Georgia.
More information about the GenRx project can be found at: http://genrx.us/ .


SAMHSA is an agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) aimed at advancing behavioral health outcomes in the nation. Their mission is to decrease the impact of substance abuse and mental illness on populations around the U.S.
More information about SAMHSA can be found at: http://www.samhsa.gov/ .