Integrated Care Committee

Ms. Ann-Marie Dwyer, Director, Behavioral Health, SC Department of Health and Human Services
Dr. Liga Latiff-Bolet, Director, Quality Management and Compliance, SC Department of Mental Health

The aim of this committee was to establish recommendations related to care coordination and integration for individuals and families that need behavioral health services. The Integrated Care committee examined the issues of continuity of care amongst behavioral health providers and the need to better integrate behavioral health and primary care.

Page first published: March 2014
Page last updated: May 2015


  • IMPH’s Behavioral Health Taskforce and Long-Term Care Taskforce reports have been in the news recently.
  • The National Center on Elder Abuse estimates that one in 10 people over 60 experiences elder mistreatment (i.e., abuse or neglect), which translates to nearly six million cases every year. According to Macie Smith, Program Development and Training Manager for the Arnold School’s Office for the Study of Aging (OSA), this number is actually much higher due to underreporting. And as the U.S. population continues to age, this number will only increase over time. Smith suggests working with policymakers in order to educate them about the effects of chronic caregiving on the aging population and its impact on our society as a whole.
  • The Greenville News spoke to Maya Pack and referenced and the Behavioral Health Taskforce report, "Hope for Tomorrow: The Collective Approach for Transforming South Carolina’s Behavioral Health Systems" for their recent article on substance abuse in South Carolina.



  • May 18, 2018
    Hosted by The Greenville Health System Department of Psychiatry, the goal of the Southeastern Symposium on Mental Health (SESMH) is to promote awareness about mental health issues, reduce stigma and discrimination, improve equity for mental health care comparable to other health care and inform public policy. The Symposium theme for 2018 is – Mental Health Collaborations: Diversity […]

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