For immediate access to routine or crisis services, please call the Georgia Crisis and Access Line (GCAL) at 1-800-715-4225. GCAL is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year to help you or someone you care for in a crisis.
Call 1-800-985-5990 or text TalkWithUs to 66746. The Disaster Distress Helpline (DDH) provides crisis counseling and support for anyone in the U.S. experiencing distress or other behavioral health concerns related to any natural or human-caused disaster, including public health emergencies.
Text MHA to 741741 and you’ll be connected to a trained Crisis Counselor. Crisis Text Line provides free, text-based support 24/7
Call 1-866-488-7386 or text START to 678678. A national 24-hour, toll free confidential suicide hotline for LGBTQ youth.
If you need assistance finding food, paying for housing bills, accessing free childcare, or other essential services, visit 211.org or dial 211 to speak to someone who can help.
For any victims and survivors who need support, call 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-799-7233 for TTY, or if you’re unable to speak safely, you can log onto thehotline.org or text LOVEIS to 22522.
Text4Help – Available from Fulton County Schools for any Middle/High Schooler, Text 4 Help allows students to connect anonymously through text messages to a licensed mental health professional for resources and referrals. The text line is available 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Text 4 Help is managed through Fulton County’s Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities with its contracted service provider, which is CHRIS 180.
“As we move deeper into the COVID-19 national emergency, secondary medical issues begin to manifest themselves. Isolation is the number one factor in recovery from both addiction and mental health issues. Combined with stress, anxiety, and uncertainty, it is essential Georgia address the inevitable mental health and addiction / recovery issues which will grow themselves. The opposite of addiction is human connection. The longer people are isolated, the greater the possibility of return to use, and given that early recovery is very fragile, people seeking recovery need to know there are those of us out here who are successfully living in recovery,” as shared in a Message from The Georgia Council On Substance Abuse.
Virtual resources are critical for individuals facing addiction / recovery as well as family members. These resources are:
If you are looking to join zoom meeting via laptop click hyperlink below
Meeting ID: 695 949 293
If you are looking to join via telephone dial 646 876 9923
Meeting ID: 695 949 293
Calendar of online, free anonymous recovery support meetings via Zoom – https://www.theconnectionforsyth.org/calendar
The TREE House Program is built to serve Fulton County residents who are suffering or recovering from a Substance Use Disorder. The program, funded by a SAMHSA grant, offers outpatient counseling and support for youth & young adults, ages 13-24, who are suffering or recovering from a Substance Use Disorder. We use a multi-systemic care approach to meet the needs of the person and family.
We offer the following services: Comprehensive Assessments; Intensive Outpatient Program; Intervention & Recovery Group Therapy; Psychiatric Support; Community Support; Individual & Family Therapy; Care Coordination
For more information 404.613.1658
OUR MISSION:The Faith and Mental Wellness Coalition’s Mission is to create awareness of the problem of mental health challenges through education, resources and support for individuals needing mental health services within our congregations. Our efforts will encourage churches to reduce the stigma that prevents individuals from seeking the help through the resources that God has made available. Our efforts include equipping churches in Johns Creek and other surrounding areas with information about various mental health resources and training opportunities.
Meetings: Second Wednesday of every other month in the Perimeter Church Annex Building. 9650 Ventana Way, Johns Creek, GA 30097 Noon-1:30 p.m. For more information contact Marti Vogt at 678-405-2277 or email@example.com
We provide individual, family, and group counseling at our center. Our therapists use a variety of techniques in the therapy process, including but not limited to, cognitive behavioral therapy, EMDR, expressive therapies, and psychoeducational techniques.
3905 Johns Creek Court, Suite 260, Suwanee, GA 30024
Pathways2Life is a youth-serving, nonprofit agency in North Fulton whose mission is to build strong communities through meaningful connection with students. Pathways2Life provides prevention education, crisis intervention, and support group options for youth struggling with destructive behavioral patterns to include substance misuse/abuse, anxiety/depression, cutting, eating disorders, etc. Now providing groups and online 1-on-1 sessions with students and families to interrupt patterns of behavior.
Please visit the website: www.pathways2life.org
For Crisis Intervention: https://pathways2life.org/crisis-intervention/
For Support Group: https://pathways2life.org/support/
Contact Ryan Stringfield, Executive Director – 404-317-7203; firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Atlanta metropolitan area is home to almost six million people and continues to grow. At the same time, however, there has been a long-standing gap in treatment services for adolescents and adults suffering with depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues requiring more than just a once per week therapy visit. Due to this need, the PFBH team crafted a vision for a progressive program that not only meets this need, but does so by exceeding all standards for excellence in quality clinical care.
Intensive Outpatient and Partial Hospitalization Programs
Serving Adolescents & Adults w/ Mood & Anxiety Disorders
Johns Creek Location Sandy Springs Location
11138 State Bridge Rd. 6000 Lake Forrest Dr.
Suite 100A – Intensive Outpatient Services Ste. 200
Suite 100B – Assessment Center Sandy Springs, GA 30328
Johns Creek, GA 30022
The Suicide Prevention Coalition of GA is a cooperative and representative group of nonprofit organizations, businesses, churches, advocacy groups, survivors, and faith and community-based organizations committed to the issue of suicide prevention. Vision: In working toward eliminating suicide in GA, the vision of SPCG is to significantly reduce the numbers of suicides, suicide attempts, and their traumatic after-effects. For more information contact:
Marti Vogt, Chairperson 404-431-2676
2750 Old Alabama Road, Suite 200, Johns Creek, GA 30022
“The Summit Counseling Center provides professional counseling, consultation and education services utilizing an integrated approach to care for the whole person – Body, Mind, Spirit, and Community.”
http://summitcounseling.org/ – Now scheduling video therapy appointments. The initial assessment is often the first step toward adding years to your life or the life of someone you love. Call 678-893-5300 and ask our friendly front office staff to set up your first appointment with one of our alcohol and substance use specialists today.
Providing weekly online/phone series to share challenges and learn about resources available to Georgians with intellectual and development disabilities. Contact at email@example.com to get on email list or visit website at www.greatprospects.org for information.
An organization established to advance social change, public policy, and innovative practices that increase opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families to thrive where they live, learn, work, paly, and worship in Georgia’s communities. GCDD is launching weekly community call to address issues and concerns. The goal is to give clear guidance and resources to people the organization supports across Georgia. These sessions will accomplish:
Please follow the link to sign up for the webinar.
Curriculum on safety: https://www.drugpolicy.org/resource/safety-first-real-drug-education-teens
What is Prevention?
STOP DRUG ABUSE – YOU CAN HELP
Data Shared by the GA Department of Public Health’s Drug Surveillance Unit (DSU):