We need your voice and perspective!
The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) has asked the Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network to gather feedback from Georgians who have participated in telehealth for their mental health and/or substance use (addiction) treatment during the COVID-19 pandemic. Telehealth includes any support or services received over the phone or through a video conferencing service such as Zoom. For most people, these services began during Georgia's shutdown in spring 2020, and your participation in an online listening session will help to identify opportunities to improve telehealth services as we continue through the pandemic.
Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network will conduct 18 sessions, 3 sessions per region, to collect feedback from people receiving telehealth behavioral health services.
You will need access to the Zoom application in order to participate in the listening sessions. In order to protect participants' privacy, the sessions will not be recorded, but notes will be taken to report back to DBHDD.
If you are receiving or have received telehealth services and would be willing to join us to share about your experience, please take a look at the DBHDD regional map below and find the region where you live.
We appreciate your willingness to contribute to this important effort to ensure Georgians are receiving the best possible care during this difficult time.
If you have questions, please contact Daisy Taste at (404)704-7441 or email Pam Brooks-Crump at email@example.com.