See you at our 2023 games! Mental wellness is a year-round community team effort!
The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities provides treatment and support services to people with mental health challenges and substance use disorders, and assists individuals who live with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
DeKalb Community Service Board (CSB) is an innovative, community-based behavioral health and developmental disabilities services organization located in metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia, offering a full range of mental health services, developmental disabilities programs and substance abuse treatment to more than 11,000 citizens annually who are uninsured and underinsured.
Healthy Life Choices is a Family Counseling and Social Service Agency that specialize in bridging mental health, education, and access through technology to improve the overall functioning of children, youth, adults, seniors and their families.
LPCA is one of the largest State Counseling Associations and recognized as the Most Outstanding State Association in the USA by the American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA). LPCA is a state chapter of AMHCA, a division of ACA. LPCA is the ONLY organization that gained "DIAGNOSE" and "10-13"privilege for Licensed Professional Counselors! LPCA is the voice for professional counselors in Georgia. We have a dedicated team that is hard working, creative, and caring.
We provide the resources you need; free CE workshops, publications, journals, required training for clinical supervisors, NCE / NCMHCE prep workshops
MISSION STATEMENT: The Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia, Inc., is dedicated to the profession and the professionalism of Counselors in Georgia.
"Our mission is to promote recovery through advocacy, education, employment, empowerment, peer support and self help, and to unite as one voice to support the priorities set each year at the annual convention."
The DeKalb County Solicitor-General’s Office, under the direction of Donna Coleman-Stribling, prosecutes more than 13,000 misdemeanor crimes committed in DeKalb County each year. Those cases include domestic violence, elder abuse, cruelty to children, vehicular homicide, drunk driving, harassment and stalking, trespassing and animal cruelty.
NAMI, which stands for National Alliance on Mental Illness, is a grassroots organization. Our circle logo contains blades that represent grass. There were hundreds of local groups of people, banding together out of urgent need, which existed in the 1970s. Atlanta Friends of the Mentally Ill was one of those groups.
In 1979 a few leaders decided to unify these groups into a national organization, governing through state affiliates. The Georgia Alliance for the Mentally Ill, formed in the mid 80s, was further unified nationally by using the acronym NAMI before the local area name.
NAMI National advocates on our behalf to promote favorable legislation before Congress. It provides training of state leaders who, in turn, train local teachers for the Family to Family courses, Visions for Tomorrow classes for parents of mentally ill children, and for new consumer led programs. Many free educational booklets are available at nami.org.