Georgia HOPE is categorized as a Tier Two+ Provider of Core Services, which means that we provide an array of services that help our clients maintain stability in the outpatient environment. These services are paid for by the person’s insurance or, in some cases, by the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) for those who do not have insurance.
Our Core Services
Mental Health Assessment
Substance Abuse Assessment
Psychiatric/Nurse Services through In-Clinic Appointments
Psychiatric/Nurse Services through Telehealth Appointments
Medication Evaluation and Management
Parent Skills Training
We recognize that each and every person and situation is different. Therefore, we strive to customize our services in a way that addresses our client’s varying needs. At Georgia HOPE, our clients are active participants in choosing which services would best fit their situation. Each client begins treatment by receiving an assessment, during which the client and clinician partner together to create a Plan of Care. This Plan of Care drives treatment and is the very foundation of our work with each child, adolescent and adult we serve.
Who is Eligible for Core Services?
- Person must live within our Coverage Area
- Person must have mental health symptom(s), substance abuse issue, or a behavior problem(s)
- Person must have one of the insurances we accept, which are listed by county here
- Person must be at least 4 years of age or older
How Do I Refer?
Anyone can refer themselves or someone else to services with Georgia HOPE. Simply complete our encrypted referral form. After a referral is submitted, our administrative staff will check eligibility and will let you know via email if the client meets eligibility requirements.
If you have any questions about this process, please do not hesitate to contact our office.