AmericanWork, Inc. began providing services to Georgia’s Severely Mentally Ill adults in 1999, and today offers a range of services that maximize the ability of people with a mental illness or addictive disorder to live and thrive in their community. Our goals are parallel with the recovery and resiliency model Georgia desires. We, as an organization, are aware of the importance of exploring the consumer’s perspective and the key roles of instilling hope, promoting self-help, spirituality, education, meaningful employment, the importance of medications and illness management, and the need to build supports for each consumer as a “whole person” who is seeking a self-directed life.
Transitional Family Services, Inc. (“TFS”) began providing services to Georgia’s children in 1993, and today offers a range of family preservation services. Currently TFS holds contracts in forty counties in Central and Northern Georgia. The contracts are with the Division of Family and Children Services, Division of Mental Health, and the Department of Juvenile Justice. TFS is approved by the state to provide Wrap Around, CCFA, Homestead, Parent Aid, Early Intervention Services, and Home Evaluations. TFS contracted with Medicaid to provide specialty service of Intensive Family Intervention (IFI), and full continuum of CORE services. In addition, TFS family preservation and support programs are fully accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA).
Providence Community Corrections (PCC) is a misdemeanor probation service company, bringing 20 years of experience to our customer. Using our proven technology adapted from court administration systems used in 4,000 jurisdictions nationwide, our system allows City/County officials easy and direct, real-time access to data and custom reports. Our Complete Probation comprehensive approach increases probationer compliance and promotes positive outcomes. Our focus is with each client, at every contact, successful compliance and successful completion. Our goal is to hold clients accountable for their behaviors, positively impact their lives and enhance the community's safety and sense of well-being. Our services includes supervision, assessments, pre-sentence investigations, rehabilitative programs, services for specific offenders, electronic monitoring, pre-trial supervision, and drug screening.
In Georgia, Providence provides non-emergency medical transportation services (NEMT) through its wholly owned subsidiary, LogistiCare Solutions, LLC. LogistiCare has been managing NEMT and other social service transportation programs for government agencies and managed care organization (MCOs) since 1989. LogistiCare is the nation’s leading manager of Medicaid NEMT programs for state governments and MCOs, managing more than 17 million NEMT trips annually throughout the United State. LogistiCare has experience managing many other types of human service transportation programs such as ADA paratransit, school transportation, commercial ambulance, and elderly dial-a-ride services.