The Regional Advisory Councils of the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) has launched a major study of unmet and under-served needs of low income people with mental illnesses, addictive diseases, and intellectual/developmental disabilities. The main focus of the study is a questionnaire and their goal is to collect responses from all 159 counties of Georgia with a total of at least 8,000. The survey is free and anonymous. Everyone in Georgia is welcomed and encouraged to participate. The survey period is open and will last until 5 p.m. on April 15, 2019.
Although the survey is anonymous, please identify the county you live in and identify the community/area you reside as rural, suburban, or urban. This is so they can analyze results on a county-by-county basis and based on perceived population density in addition to a regional and statewide analysis.
Thank You, your taking and sharing this survey is very appreciated!