This Bill addresses many aspects of Georgia’s behavioral health care system, including parity, minimum medical loss/spend ratios, workforce development, assisted outpatient treatment (AOT), involuntary hospitalization, and co-responder models for persons in crisis.
Time-sensitive actions to change how and why we incarcerateNIA will frequently host time-sensitive actions on this page in concert with other stakeholders to change how and why we incarcerate. To keep re-energizing this critical movement, share these actions aggressively across your social media platforms.
SB 353 would help Georgians both keep and regain their driver's licenses. 105,000 licenses are automatically suspended each year due to drivers missing traffic court.
Important Bill in Legislation - Act now & Help encourage a better future: SB 105 - Felony Probation Reform: Early Termination Needs Support
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Despite all challenges, there are more people and families impacted by outdated and irresponsible mass incarceration policies than the declining number of people who don’t care. It’s time to stand up, step out and refuse to be silenced any longer.