LWSI IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE ITS LATEST BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AGENCY PARTNERSHIP WITH GEORGIA’S MCINTOSH TRAIL CSB
Little Rock, Arkansas. December 9th, 2013 – LWSI is honored to serve another great partner and state by recently entering into an agreement with McIntosh Trail Community Service Board of Griffin, Georgia.
Led by a mission to faithfully offer hope to individuals experiencing symptoms associated with mental illness, addictive disease, and/or developmental disability, McIntosh Trail CSB has provided a vital community service to the citizens of Butts, Fayette, Henry, Lamar, Pike, Spalding and Upson counties since the late 1960s. After a diligent search to replace legacy information systems, a select management committee overwhelmingly decided on the market leading solution comprised of the Essentia technology and LWSI people dedicated to delivering it with integrity.
McIntosh Trail not only recognized the mere need to update the agency’s core clinical system, but also prioritized finding a complete solution to manage operational performance and financial sustainability to meet the challenges of serving a vulnerable population over the long term. “Essentia’s broad and integrated functionality was quite a significant factor in our decision,” stated Executive Director, Pam McCollum, further saying, “the willingness of LWSI’s people to work with us, solve any problems that may arise, and ultimately co-own our success, definitely set them apart from the competition.”
“LWSI has an incredibly agile team that strives to deliver an equally customer intimate solution, and we are delighted McIntosh Trail acknowledges the value we bring to each and every partner we serve,” said Randy Ready, LWSI COO. He added, “While it’s always pleasing to deliver Essentia in a new state like Georgia, for us, nothing beats the boost of enthusiasm we get from welcoming a new agency to the LWSI family. In a season of reflections on our blessings, we truly feel grateful we have the opportunity every day to impact the professionals committed to serving those most in need.”