SBC was created in response to a lack of systems and services available to individuals who had complex behavioral needs. Individuals living with intellectual and developmental disabilities who also have mental health diagnoses (referred to as co-occurring diagnosis), find it hard to access adequate supports. Siloed systems, lack of trained professionals, lack of funding and lack of understanding present as barriers to comprehensive service delivery for this population.
SBC seeks to promote synergism amongst professionals, systems and caregivers to support individuals with co-occurring intellectual developmental disabilities and co-occurring behavioral health means.
WHAT MAKES SBC UNIQUE?
SBC understands individuals with co-occurring diagnoses can have complex needs and take a targeted approach.
| OUR MISSION |
Enhance the quality of services for individuals with co-occurring behavioral health needs through educational experiences, mobilizing community members, and synergistic partnerships.
| OUR VISION |
To create a world where we no longer question “IF” an individual can be supported within their community.
OUR VALUE SYSTEM
Everyone is unique and requires different things to be successful. We look at the “Big Picture” and adapt to the needs of those we serve. Sometimes this requires creative approaches and solutions. We are willing to be innovative when faced with complex situations.
MOVE AS A COLLECTIVE
We believe that the sum of all parts is greater than individual efforts. We stand behind the need to collaborate and connect to make the most impact.
EDUCATE FOR SOCIAL CHANGE
We are passionate about education and have a commitment to continuous learning. We believe education brings social change on an individual and community level. We learn from our challenges and successes.
PRACTICE WITH INTEGRITY
While we are creative, we are founded on our integrity and the commitment to do right. We strive to be responsive to our clients and community, as well as hold ourselves accountable for our quality of work.
SBC recognizes that an individual's presenting needs are a result of interconnecting factors within their life. It is critical that all compounding factors are assessed and considered in order to provide comprehensive supports.
SBC is committed to promoting the “Big Picture.” Whether it be through education, consultation, or direct intervention. SBC diligently works towards forging a community that comprehensively supports individuals with intellectual and developmental ( IDD) and complex behavioral needs. SBC advances this vision through the implementation of approaches that are:
Solution and Skills focused
WE ARE HERE TO SERVE
Clinicians, behaviorists, others supporters of individuals with co-occurring IDD and behavioral health needs
Who serve with individuals with co-occurring IDD and behavioral health needs
Caregivers, parents, and staff
SBC has a network of partners and consultants to meet your needs. Contact us today so we can discuss how we can support you.
MEET OUR LEAD CLINICAL CONSULTANT
Breanna Kelly, MS, MSW, LCSW, BCBA
Owner and Lead Clinical Consultant
She earned her bachelor's degrees in Exercise Science and Social Science from Florida State University. Her involvement with the organization Best Buddies led her to Atlanta to complete a master’s in social work at Georgia State University. Breanna is a former trainee of the Georgia Leadership & Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (GaLEND); an interdisciplinary training program for future professionals, disability advocates, and family members housed in the Center for Leadership in Disability. Breanna went on to later complete a master’s in criminal justice and applied behavior analysis from Saint Joseph’s University. Breanna is a licensed clinical social worker and board-certified behavior analyst.
Breanna’s areas of expertise include co-occurring diagnoses, crisis intervention, autism spectrum disorder, behavior intervention, skill development, and program development. Breanna was inspired to create SBC after seeing a need for social and behavioral supports that were comprehensive and individualistic. She was particularly focused on this type of support for individuals with complex behavioral needs.