alcohol awareness

Georgia HOPE wants to do our part to increase outreach and education regarding the dangers of alcohol use disorders and issues related to alcohol. Our families and communities need to know the resources, information, and options available to address this issue. You can learn more Alcohol Awareness Month here. Connection is the Opposite of Addiction […]

April is Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Month, a time to act together to raise awareness and empower people across the nation to play a role in making great childhoods happen. In a time of physical distancing, we encourage you to keep the messages of child abuse prevention month strong in alternative ways as well as […]

Supporting your Child in Adjusting to a New “Temporary Normal”

The last few weeks for many families have been spent making sure basic needs are acquired, accepting the need to change most plans for an uncertain amount of time, and overall just wrapping minds around our current status. There is a range of feelings regarding school being canceled, parents losing jobs, and the possible illness […]

Georgia HOPE TeleMental Health Services

Georgia HOPE is a provider of Mental Health, Substance Use, and Family Preservation Services. Our Recovery Services Division (Mental Health and Substance Use Services) provides Community Based and School Based Services in 26 counties. Additionally, these services are available via TeleMental Health throughout the entire state of Georgia. To learn more, please visit us at […]

EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES

With schools being cancelled for the rest of the year, it can feel overwhelming for both parents and kids. That’s why we’ve put together some of our top educational resources from toddlers to K-12. Check out our resource list below and reach out to HOPE with any questions, we’re always here. COVID-19 What Kids Want […]