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1 DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH A DIRECTORY OF INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES SERVICES CERTIFIED BY DMH FEBRUARY 1, 2011

2 The Bureau of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Service Directory for 2011 The BIDD Resource Guide for contains the names and contact information for all providers certified by the BIDD. Below is a description of the Bureau of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (BIDD) as well as the Mission and Vision for the Department of Mental Health (DMH). The Bureau of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (BIDD) is committed to providing the citizens of Mississippi with an array of services and supports. Our system is a person-centered one that is built on the strengths of individuals who have intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and their families while meeting their needs for special services and supports. DMH is committed to preventing or reducing the use of intermediate care facilities for the mentally retarded (ICF/MR) when individuals needs can be met in less intensive or less restrictive environments. In 2009, the Board of Mental Health implemented the DMH 10-Year Strategic Plan* for the purpose of transforming the mental health system in DMH Vision We envision a better tomorrow where the lives of Mississippians are enriched through a public mental health system that promotes excellence in the provision of services and supports. Mississippi into one that is community based. BIDD staff is a part of Strategic Plan workgroups which address issues related to the operation of the bureau. *The Strategic plan may be accessed at BIDD community service providers consist of a combination of community mental health centers, private for profit companies, non-profit organizations, and the state s five Comprehensive Regional Centers. BIDD services are funded through either state money used for grants, Social Block Grant funds, and/or Medicaid reimbursable services. The BIDD works with other state agencies as well as advocacy organizations to ensure people already in the BIDD system as well as those accessing it for the first time are connected to services both inside and outside the DMH system. The BIDD offers services across a person s life span from early intervention for infants and toddlers to retirement living for older persons. BIDD services can be provided in a person s home, in the community, in center based settings, and in ICF/MRs. Accessing DMH Mission Supporting a better tomorrow by making a difference in the lives of Mississippians with mental illness, substance abuse problems and intellectual/developmental disabilities one person at a time. Depending on the services someone is interested in, there is contact information for all programs the BIDD certifies on the following pages. If a person is not sure exactly what they

3 might need or what might be of benefit, please call the DMH Help Line at or Staff from that office can refer you to providers or to the appropriate DMH staff person. Additionally, for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families, case managers at the state s five Comprehensive Regional Centers can assist you. Definition of Intellectual Disability The Department of Mental Health/Bureau of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities supports the definition of Intellectual Disability as put forth by the American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Intellectual Disability is a disability characterized by significant limitations in both intellectual functioning and in adaptive behavior, which covers many everyday social and practical skills. This disability originates before the age of 18. Federal Definition of Developmental Disability According to the Developmental Disabilities Act, section 102(8) a developmental disability is a severe, chronic disability of an individual five (5) years of age or older that: a) is attributable to a mental or physical impairment or combination of mental and physical impairments; b) is manifested before the individual attains twenty-two; c) is likely to continue indefinitely; d) results in substantial functional limitations in three or more of the following areas of major life activity: 1) self-care, 2) receptive and expressive language, 3) learning, 4) mobility, 5) self-direction, 6) capacity for independent living, and 7) economic self-sufficiency; and e) reflects the individual s need for a combination and sequence of special, interdisciplinary, or generic services, individualized supports or other forms of assistance that are of lifelong or extended duration and/ or individually planned and coordinated. Department of Mental Health/ Bureau of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities provides an array of services including:,, Day Adult, Supported Employment,,, Early Intervention, Home and Community Supports, In-home Respite, Community Respite, Support Coordination, Day Support, Day Treatment, Behavior Intervention, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech/Language Therapy.

4 for persons with intellectual disabilities/developmental disabilities provide opportunities for the acquisition of necessary work and living skills. A person must be at least 16 years old to participate in. provided in the work activity environment are directed towards increasing productivity, self-sufficiency, and community integration are available from the following providers in the following locations: Boswell Regional Center- Brookhaven, Magee Ellisville State School- Taylorsville, Richton, Laurel, McComb, Heidelburg, Columbus Hudspeth Regional Center- DeKalb, Meridian, Morton, Louisville, Kosciusko, Kilmichael North Mississippi Regional Center- Iuka, Senatobia, Booneville, Pontotoc, Batesville, Holly Springs, Verona, Oxford, Fulton, Grenada, Hernando, Clarksdale, Bruce, Corinth South Mississippi Regional Center- Gautier, Wiggins, Poplarville, Biloxi Region 4 CMHC Timber Hills Mental Health Ripley Region 5 CMHC Delta Community Mental Health - Greenville, Cleveland Region 6 CMHC Life Help Greenwood Region 7 CMHC Community Counseling Starkville Region 8 CMHC Mental Health - Brandon, Canton, Mendenhall Region 12 CMHC Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources- Hattiesburg, Ellisville, Waynesboro, Purvis, Columbia Region 13 CMHC Gulf Coast Mental Health Center- Gulfport Region 14 CMHC Singing River Gautier, Lucedale Region 15 CMHC Warren-Yazoo Mental Health Yazoo City MIDD West Vicksburg Willowood Developmental Center - Jackson Mississippi Christian Family Rolling Fork

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6 services consist of a range of activities designed to lead to vocational skill development. Activities address underlying habilitative goals such as attention span and motor skills which can be generalized to a community work setting. are provided in both center and community based settings. Center-based prevocational services in which individuals are compensated must be certified work activity centers. services also include job exploration activities, exposure to various type of jobs, and general community integration. are available from the following providers in the following locations: Boswell Regional Center- Brookhaven, Magee Ellisville State School- Taylorsville, Richton, Laurel, McComb, Heidelburg, Columbus, Prentiss, Bay Springs Hudspeth Regional Center- DeKalb, Meridian, Morton, Louisville, Kosciusko North Mississippi Regional Center- Iuka, Senatobia, Booneville, Pontotoc, Batesville, Holly Springs, Verona, Oxford, Fulton, Grenada, Hernando, Clarksdale, Bruce, Corinth South Mississippi Regional Center- Gautier, Wiggins, Poplarville, Biloxi Region 4 CMHC Timber Hills Mental Health Ripley Region 5 CMHC Delta Community Mental Health - Greenville, Cleveland Region 6 CMHC Life Help Greenwood, Indianola, Lexington Region 7 CMHC Community Counseling Starkville Region 8 CMHC Mental Health - Brandon, Canton, Mendenhall Region 12 CMHC Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources- Hattiesburg, Ellisville, Waynesboro, Purvis, Columbia Region 13 CMHC Gulf Coast Mental Health Center- Gulfport Region 14 CMHC Singing River Gautier, Lucedale Region 15 CMHC Warren-Yazoo Mental Health Yazoo City Brandi s Hope Community Pascagoula, Picayune MIDD West Vicksburg Millcreek Jackson, Port Gibson, Moss Point, Tupelo, Grenada, Long Beach, Collins Willowood Developmental Center - Jackson

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8 Day - Adult Day services for adults are designed to provide activities in appropriate environments (centerbased and/or community) to foster the acquisition and/or retention of skills, appropriate behavior, greater independence, and personal choice. Adult Day are available from the following providers in the following locations: Boswell Regional Center Magee Ellisville State School Columbus, Laurel, McComb North Mississippi Regional Center Hernando, Clarksdale, Booneville, Verona South Mississippi Regional Center Wiggins, Poplarville, Biloxi Region 6 CMHC Life Help Greenwood, Lexington, Indianola Region 7 CMHC Community Counseling Starkville, Macon Region 12 CMHC Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources- Hattiesburg, Ellisville, Waynesboro, Purvis, Columbia, Prentiss Region 14 CMHC Singing River Gautier Region 15 CMHC Warren-Yazoo Mental Health Yazoo City Brandi s Hope Community Pascagoula, Picayune MIDD West Vicksburg Millcreek Jackson, Port Gibson, Moss Point, Tupelo, Grenada, Long Beach, Collins Mississippi Christian Family - Rolling Fork Willowood Developmental Center - Jackson

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10 is designed to increase the independence, community integration, and productivity of individuals by providing support services necessary to achieve and maintain competitive employment and/or self employment. Competitive employment is defined as having a job in a business (es) in the community where individuals without disabilities are employed. Additionally, supported employment may consist of services to support and/or assist an individual in starting his/her own business. are available from the following providers in the following locations: Boswell Regional Center- Magee Ellisville State School- Taylorsville, Richton, Laurel, McComb, Heidelburg, Columbus, Prentiss, Bay Springs Hudspeth Regional Center- Meridian, Whitfield North Mississippi Regional Center- Oxford (available in all catchment counties) South Mississippi Regional Center- Gautier, Wiggins, Poplarville, Biloxi Region 12 CMHC Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources- Hattiesburg Region 15 CMHC Warren-Yazoo Mental Health Yazoo City Millcreek Jackson, Port Gibson, Moss Point, Tupelo, Grenada, Long Beach, Collins Brandi s Hope Community Pascagoula, Picayune Bridgeway - Picayune

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12 Supervised community living arrangements provide individually tailored supports which assist with the acquisition, retention, or improvement in skills related to living in the community. Habilitation, learning and instruction are coupled with the elements of support, supervision and engaging participation to reflect the natural flow of learning, practice of skills, and other activities as they occur during the course of a person s day. Staff must be immediately available 24 hours a day and be able to respond to a call for assistance in less than five minutes. Supervised community living can be provided in a group home or apartment setting. are available from the following providers in the following locations: Boswell Regional Center- Magee, Mendenhall, Hazlehurst, Brookhaven Ellisville State School- Ellisville, Laurel, Hattiesburg Hudspeth Regional Center- Clinton, Jackson, Pearl, Brandon North Mississippi Regional Center- Oxford, Tupelo, Bruce, Corinth, Clarksdale South Mississippi Regional Center- Gulfport Region 5 CMHC Delta Community Mental Health - Greenville, Cleveland Region 6 CMHC Life Help Greenwood Region 7 CMHC Community Counseling Starkville Region 14 CMHC Singing River Gautier Region 15 CMHC Warren-Yazoo Mental Health Yazoo City Bridgeway - Picayune Mississippi Christian Family - Rolling Fork Willowood Pearl, Clinton, Jackson

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14 is a system in which a single accountable individual at the local level takes responsibility for and provides services for the individual to establish a comprehensive service program which enables him/her to reach his/her optimal level of functioning. It is the provision and coordination of services which are an integral part of aiding eligible recipients to gain access to needed medical, social, educational, and other services. are available from the following providers in the following locations: Boswell Regional Center- Magee, Brookhaven Ellisville State School- Columbus, Ellisville Hudspeth Regional Center- Meridian, Whitfield North Mississippi Regional Center- Oxford (available in all catchment counties) South Mississippi Regional Center- Gautier, Long Beach Region 1 CMHC Clarksdale Region 4 CMHC Timber Hills Mental Health Ripley, Corinth, Iuka, Booneville Region 5 CMHC Delta Community Mental Health - Greenville, Cleveland Region 6 CMHC Life Help Greenwood, Lexington, Indianola Region 7 CMHC Community Counseling Starkville, Eupora, West Point, Macon, Columbus, Louisville, Ackerman Region 8 CMHC Mental Health - Brandon, Canton, Mendenhall Region 12 CMHC Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources- Hattiesburg, Ellisville, Waynesboro, Purvis, Columbia, Prentiss Region 13 CMHC Gulf Coast Mental Health Center- Gulfport Region 14 CMHC Singing River Gautier, Lucedale Region 15 CMHC Warren-Yazoo Mental Health Yazoo City MIDD West Vicksburg Mississippi Christian Family Rolling Fork

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16 Early Intervention Early Intervention and Child Development services are designed to support families in providing learning opportunities for their child within the activities, routines, and events of everyday life by providing information, materials, and supports relevant to their identified needs. Early intervention services are provided in the child s natural environment. Child Development services provide center based programs which promote the developmental growth of children in cognitive, physical, social, emotional, communication, and adaptive functioning areas. Early Intervention are available from the following providers in the child s home: EIP office locations are following: Boswell Regional Center- Brookhaven Ellisville State School- Waynesboro, Ellisville Hudspeth Regional Center- Whitfield North Mississippi Regional Center- Oxford, Hernando, Clarksdale, Grenada Child Development are available from the following providers in these locations: Region 5 CMHC Delta Community Mental Health - Greenville, Cleveland Willowood Jackson

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18 (HCS) are a range of services for individuals who require assistance to meet their daily living needs, ensure adequate functioning in their home and community, and provide safe access to the community. HCS provide support, supervision and active participation in activities chosen based on each individual s preferences. HCS may be provided in an individual s residence and/or the community and may be provided to individuals who live in their own home or their family home. are available from the following providers in the following locations: Boswell Regional Center- *Magee (available in all catchment counties) Ellisville State School- *Columbus, *Ellisville (available in all catchment counties) Hudspeth Regional Center- Meridian, *Whitfield, Clinton, Jackson, Pearl (available in all catchment counties) North Mississippi Regional Center- *Oxford, Tupelo (available in all catchment counties) South Mississippi Regional Center- *Long Beach, Gulfport (available in all catchment counties) Region 14 CMHC Singing River Lucedale Brandi s Hope Community - * Magee, Pascagoula, Picayune (Statewide) Millcreek *Jackson, *Port Gibson, *Moss Point, *Tupelo, *Grenada, *Long Beach, *Collins (Statewide) Oxford Health Care - *Jackson (Statewide) Prime Care Nursing *Magee (Statewide) Southern Healthcare - *Jackson (Statewide) Nursing Management Inc. *Biloxi (Statewide) Supported Living, Inc. - *Meridian (Statewide) ComForcare Senior, Inc - *Columbus (Statewide) *Office location () service provided

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20 In-Home Respite In-Home Respite services provide temporary, periodic relief to those persons normally providing the care for an eligible individual. Respite services are also provided when the usual care giver is absent or incapacitated due to hospitalization, illness, or injury or upon their death. In-Home Respite are available from the following providers in the following locations: Boswell Regional Center- *Magee (available in all catchment counties) Ellisville State School- *Ellisville (available in all catchment counties) Hudspeth Regional Center- *Whitfield (available in all catchment counties) North Mississippi Regional Center- *Oxford (available in all catchment counties) South Mississippi Regional Center- *Long Beach (available in all catchment counties) Brandi s Hope Community *Magee, Pascagoula, Picayune (Statewide) Millcreek *Jackson, *Port Gibson, *Moss Point, *Tupelo, *Grenada, *Long Beach, *Collins (Statewide) Oxford Health Care - *Jackson (Statewide) Prime Care Nursing * Magee (Statewide) Southern Healthcare - * Jackson (Statewide) Nursing Management Inc. * Biloxi (Statewide) Supportive Living, Inc.- *Meridian (Statewide) ComForcare Senior, Inc - *Columbus (Statewide) *Office location () service provided

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22 Support Coordination Support Coordination is available to people enrolled in the ID/DD Waiver program. Support Coordinators are housed at each of the five Comprehensive Regional Centers and are responsible for: assisting individuals with initial eligibility; ensuring individuals are annually recertified for continuing eligibility; ensuring the services a person receives, regardless of funding source or type of provider, are coordinated to maximize the benefit to the individual and to prevent duplication of services; reviewing each individual s plan of care monthly, by either contacting the individual/legal representative at least two times by phone or by seeing the individual during a face-to-face visit, to ensure services remain appropriate to meet the individual s needs; and requesting changes to the plan of care as necessary to assist the individual to remain at home and in the community. Support Coordination are available state wide from the following providers: Boswell Regional Center- *Magee, *Hazlehurst (available in all catchment counties) Ellisville State School- *Ellisville, *Columbus (available in all catchment counties) Hudspeth Regional Center- *Whitfield, *Meridian (available in all catchment counties) North Mississippi Regional Center- *Oxford (available in all catchment counties) South Mississippi Regional Center- *Long Beach (available in all catchment counties) *Office location () service provided

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24 IDD Day Support Day Support is a program of structured activities designed to support and enhance the functioning of individuals who are able to live fairly independently in the community through the regular provision of structured therapeutic support. Program activities improve reality orientation, social adaptation, physical coordination, daily living skills, time and resource management, and task completion as well as to alleviate such psychiatric symptoms as confusion, anxiety, isolation, withdrawal and feelings of low self-worth. Day Support are available from the following providers in the following locations: Region 12 CMHC Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources- Hattiesburg, Ellisville, Waynesboro, Purvis, Columbia, Prentiss Region 11 CMHC Southwest Mississippi Mental Health Complex McComb, Natchez, Brookhaven Region 6 CMHC Life Help Greenwood, Lexington, Indianola

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26 IDD Day Treatment Day Treatment is the most intensive outpatient program available to children and adolescents. It should provide an alternative to residential treatment or acute psychiatric hospitalization or serve as a transition from these services. Day Treatment is a behavioral intervention program, provided in the context of a therapeutic milieu, which provides children/adolescents with serious emotional/behavioral disturbances the intensity of treatment necessary to enable them to live in the community. The program is based on behavior management principles and includes, at a minimum, positive feedback, self-esteem building and social skills training. Additional components are determined by the needs of the participants in a particular program and may include skills training in the areas of impulse control, anger management, problem solving, and/or conflict resolution. IDD Day Treatment are available from the following providers in the following locations: Region 10 CMHC Weems Community Mental Health Center Meridian, Carthage, Union, Newton Region 3 CMHC Tupelo

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28 Community Respite Community Respite are designed to provide families/care givers a safe place in the community where they can take their family member on a short-term basis for the purpose of relieving the family or caretaker or to meet planned or emergency needs. Typically, community respite is provided at time when other types of services are not available such as evenings and weekends. Community Respite are available from the following providers in the following locations: Ellisville State School- Laurel, Columbus Brandi s Hope Community Pascagoula, Picayune Millcreek Jackson, Port Gibson, Moss Point, Tupelo, Grenada, Long Beach, Collins

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30 IDD Service System State-operated facilities- There are five regional centers that are operated by the Department of Mental Health. These facilities serve designated counties or cachment areas in the State and provide intermediate care facility services and a range of community services for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Regional community mental health/mental retardation centers (CMHC s) operate under the supervision of regional commissions appointed by county boards of supervisors comprising their respective service areas. There are 15 community mental health centers which provide a range of community-based mental health, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and substance abuse service. The Department of Mental Health is responsible for certifying, monitoring, and assisting the community mental health centers. Private/Nonprofit Agencies are certified by the Department of Mental Health to provide an array of community-based services for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

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32 Boswell Regional Center Raymond Johnson, Director P.O. Box 128 Support Coordination rd Street Magee, MS In-Home Respite (601) Highway 545 Magee, MS (601) Early Intervention 2203 West Manufacturer Blvd. NE Brookhaven, MS (601) West Manufacturer Blvd. NE Brookhaven, MS (601) P.O. Box Simpson Hwy 149 Magee, MS (601) Highway 545 Magee, MS (601) th Street Magee, MS (601) Madison Avenue Magee, MS (601) th Avenue SW Magee, MS (601) nd Street Magee, MS (601) Simpson Cove Mendenhall, MS (601) Simpson Circle Mendenhall, MS (601) Monticello Street Hazlehurst, MS (601) Monticello Street Hazlehurst, MS (601) Ingram Street NE Brookhaven, MS (601)

33 Ellisville State School Renee' Brett, Director In-Home Respite Support Coordination Early Intervention Community Respite Early Intervention Early Intervention Community Respite Community Respite Community Respite Support Coordination 1101 Highway 11 South Ellisville, MS (601) Azelea Drive Waynesboro, MS (601) Highway 11 South Laurel, MS (601) nd Ave. North P.O. Box 307 Columbus, MS (662) Hillcrest Drive Laurel, MS (601) South McCrary Road Columbus, MS ( Main Street P.O. Box 307 Columbus, MS (662) Scott Drive McComb, MS (601) Front Street P.O. Box 882 Richton, MS (601) Highway 28 West Taylorsville, MS (601) Columbia Avenue P.O. Box 1975 Prentiss, MS (601) Service Road Laurel, MS (601)

34 Ellisville State School Renee' Brett, Director 1212 Academy Drive P.O. Box 459 Heidelburg, MS (601) Commerce Drive Bay Springs, MS (601) Ellisville Blvd. Laurel, MS (601) North First Avenue Laurel, MS (601) Mize Street Ellisville, MS (601) North 3 rd Avenue Laurel, MS (601) North 38 th Avenue Hattiesburg, MS (601) Chambliss Drive Hattiesburg, MS (601) Chambliss Drive Hattiesburg, MS (601) Highway 11 South Ellisville, MS (601)

35 Hudspeth Regional Center John P. Lipscomb, Ph.D., Director Support Coordination Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy Speech/Language Therapy Early Intervention Support Coordination In-Home Respite 104 Industrial Park Drive Highway 16 West DeKalb, MS (601) Highway 80 Morton, MS (601) College Drive Meridian, MS (601) Old Robinson Road Louisville, MS (662) South Rutherford Road Kilmichael, MS (662) Attala Road 202 Kosciusko, MS (662) Crosspark Drive Pearl, MS (601) Chadwick Drive Jackson, MS (601) West Government Street Brandon, MS West Highland Drive Jackson, MS (601) Crosspark Drive Pearl, MS (601) West Sunset Drive Brandon, MS (601) East Northside Drive Clinton, MS (601) P.O. Box 127-B Highway 475 South Whitfield, MS (601)

36 North Mississippi Regional Center Sandy Rogers, Ph.D., Director Day Service-Adult Early Intervention Day - Adult Early Intervention Support Coordination In-Home Respite Early Intervention Early Intervention 105 McBride Street P.O. Box 248 Batesville, MS (662) Highway 1778 East Holly Springs, MS (662) Wilson Circle Verona, MS (662) A Highway 6 East Oxford, MS (662) South Adams Street Fulton, MS (662) Phillip Drive Grenada, MS (662) West South Street Hernando, MS (662) Highway 61 South P.O. Box 895 Clarksdale, MS (662) Alley Road P.O. Box 486 Bruce, MS (662) South Harper Road Corinth, MS (662) Regional Center Drive Oxford, MS (662) West South Street Hernando, MS (662)

37 North Mississippi Regional Center Sandy Rogers, Ph.D., Director 600 McElroy Drive Oxford, MS (662) County Road 681 Saltillo, MS (662) Lawndale Tupelo, MS (662) McLarty Drive Oxford, MS (662) Bramlett Avenue Oxford, MS (662) Bramlett Avenue Oxford, MS (662) North Madison Street Corinth, MS (662) Lynn Street Clarksdale, MS (662) East Calhoun Street P.O. Box 809 Bruce, MS (662) Tyson Street P.O. Box 675 Bruce, MS (662) Day Habilitation 501 Constitution Drive Iuka, MS (662) Day Habilitation 104 Industrial Cove Senatobia, MS (662) East Parker Drive Booneville, MS (662) McWhirter Bend Ecru, MS (662)

38 South Mississippi Regional Center Dorothy, McEwen, Director In-Home Respite Support Coordination 618 De La Pointe Drive Gautier, MS (228) West Central Avenue Wiggins, MS (228) Garrett-McGill Drive Poplarville, MS (601) Fernwood Road Biloxi, MS (228) West Railroad Street Long Beach, MS Gautier-Vancleve Road Gautier, MS (228) Cheshire Drive Gulfport, MS (228) Cheshire Drive Gulfport, MS (228) Adcox Road Picayune, MS (601)

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40 Region 1 CMHC Karen Corley, Interim Executive Director 1742 Cheryl Street Clarksdale, MS (662) Region 3 CMHC Robert Smith, Executive Director IDD Day Treatment 1742 Cheryl Street Tupelo, MS (662) Region 4 CMHC Timber Hills Mental Health Charlie Spearman, Sr., Executive Director 601 Foote Street Corinth, MS (662) Highway 30 By-Pass Booneville, MS (662) A County Road Highway 501 Ripley, MS (662) CR 564 P.O. Box 216 Ripley, MS Maria Lane Iuka, MS (662)

41 Region 5 CMHC Delta Community Mental Health Richard Duggin, Interim Executive Director Early Intervention Early Intervention 1654 East Union Street P.O. Box 5365 Greenville, MS (662) Highway 1 North Greenville, MS (662) Broadway Street Greenville, MS (662) South Davis Cleveland, MS (662) White Street Cleveland, MS (662) Region 6 CMHC Life Help Madolyn Smith, Executive Director Day Support Day Support Day Support 2712 Highway 82 East P.O. Box 1505 Greenwood, MS (662) Depot Street Lexington, MS (662) Martin Luther King Jr. Drive Indianola, MS (662)

42 Region 7 CMHC Community Counseling Jackie Edwards, Executive Director 302 North Jackson Street P.O. Box 1188 Starkville, MS (662) Lynn Lane Starkville, MS (662) Collier Road P.O. Box 1188 Starkville, MS (662) Industrial Road Macon, MS (662) Region 8 CMHC Mental Health Dave Van, Executive Director 103 South Lake Circle Canton, MS (601) Smith Drive Mendenhall, MS (601) Marquette Road Brandon, MS (601)

43 Region 10 CMHC Weems Community Mental Health Maurice Kahlmus, Executive Director IDD Day Treatment IDD Day Treatment IDD Day Treatment IDD Day Treatment IDD Day Treatment IDD Day Treatment IDD Day Treatment IDD Day Treatment IDD Day Treatment IDD Day Treatment IDD Day Treatment Cartharge High School 704 North Jordan Street Carthage, MS (601) Carver Middle School th Avenue Meridian, MS (601) Harris Elementary School th Street Meridian, MS (601) Magnolia Middle School th Street Meridian, MS (601) Newton County Elementary Highway 15 Decatur, MS (601) Newton County High School Highway 503 Decatur, MS (601) Northeast High School 702 Briarwood Road Meridian, MS (601) Northeast Middle School 7763 Highway 39 North Meridian, MS (601) Northwest Middle School nd Street Meridian, MS (601) Parkview Elementary th Street Meridian, MS (601) Union Elementary 101 Forest Street Union, MS (601)

44 Region 11 CMHC Southwest MS Mental Health Steve Ellis, Ph.D., Executive Director Day Support Day Support Day Support 217 O Ferrall Street Natchez, MS (601) West Monticello Street Brookhaven, MS (601) South Broadway McComb, MS (601) Region 12 Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Jerry Mayo, Executive Director Day Support Day Support Day Support Day Support Day Support Day Support Day Support 200 Elm Avenue Richton, MS East 19 th Street Laurel, MS BonHomie Road P.O. Box 1030 Hattiesburg, MS (601) South 23 rd Avenue P.O. Box 1030 Hattiesburg, MS (601) J E Johnson Road Prentiss, MS (601) Ellisville Blvd. Ellisville, MS (601) Highway 589 Purvis, MS (601) Main Street, Suite 25 Columbia, MS (601)

45 Day Support 1406 Mississippi Drive P.O. Box 611 Waynesboro, MS (601) Region 13 CMHC Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Jeffery L. Bennett, Executive Director nd Avenue Gulfport, MS (228) Region 14 CMHC Singing River Mental Health Sherman Blackwell II, Ph.D., Executive Director Supported Living 3050 North Dolphin Drive Gautier, MS (228) Industrial Park Lucedale, MS (601) Highway 26 West Lucedale, MS (601) North Dolphin Drive Gautier, MS (228) Region 15 CMHC Warren-Yazoo Mental Health Steve Roark, Executive Director Day Service-Adult 2311 Gordon Avenue Yazoo City, MS (662) Gordon Avenue Yazoo City, MS (662)

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47 Brandi s Hope Community Danny Cowart, Executive Director In-Home Respite Community Respite In-Home Respite Community Respite In-Home Respite 720-B 3 rd Avenue SW Magee, MS (601) Chicot Street Pascagoula, MS Sixth Avenue Picayune, MS (601) Supported Living, Inc. Peters Okoye, CEO In-Home Respite Behavior Support Supported Living th Street Meridian, MS MIDD-West Kearney Waites, Executive Director 100 Smokey Lane Vicksburg, MS (601) St. Francis Academy-Bridgeway Apartments Jason Kirkland, Director 503 Seal Street Picayune, MS (601)

48 Willowood Developmental Center Curtis Alford, Executive Director Early Intervention 1635 Boling Street Jackson, MS (601) Woodstone Road Clinton, MS (601) Small Drive Pearl, MS (601) Fernwood Street Jackson, MS (601) Mississippi Christian Family Georgia Russell, Executive Director 117 Delta Street P.O. Box 487 Rolling Fork, MS (662) , 314, & 394 Pine Street P.O. Box 487 Rolling Fork, MS (662) Millcreek Rehabilitation Centers, Inc. Linda Burkett, Director Community Behavior Support/Intervention Community Respite In-Home Respite Behavior Support/Intervention Community Respite In-Home Respite Behavior Support/Intervention 400 North 4 th Street Collins, MS (601) South Street, Suite D Grenada, MS (662) Briarwood Drive Jackson, MS 39206

49 In-Home Respite Community Respite Behavior Support/Intervention Community Respite In-Home Respite Behavior Support/Intervention Community Respite In-Home Respite Behavior Support/Intervention In-Home Respite Behavior Support/Intervention Community Respite In-Home Respite (601) Beatline Road P.O. Box 1017 Long Beach, MS (228) Highway 613 P.O. Box 915 Escatawpa, MS (228) Farmer Street Port Gibson, MS (601) Commerce Street A P.O. Box 2473 Tupelo, MS (662) Southern Healthcare Agency Olive Crotwell, RN, Medicaid Program Director In-Home Respite 1088 Flynt Drive P.O. Box Jackson, MS (601) Nursing Management, Inc. Laurie Lees-Cavalier, President/CEO In-Home Respite 2318 East Pass Road Suite 7 Biloxi, MS (228)

50 Oxford Healthcare Linda Morrow, RN, Regional Director In-Home Respite 3828 I-55 North Jackson, MS (601) Prime Care Nursing, Inc. Ann Barnes, RN, President In-Home Respite 322 Main Avenue South Magee, MS (601) ComForcare Senior, Inc. Columbus Jones, President/CEO In-Home Respite 118 South McCrary Road Columbus, MS (662)

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