Georgia HOPE works in partnership with individuals, families, and community resources to help people achieve good health and meaningful living, with an ultimate goal of improving community wellness.
Georgia HOPE partners with the Division of Family Children Services by providing state contracted Family Preservation Support Services and insurance funded Core Services (mental health & substance use services). Our dedicated DFCS referrals team is here to assist you with any client needs.
Georgia HOPE is categorized as a Tier Two+ Provider of Community-Based Mental Health Services, meaning that we provide a number of services that help our clients maintain stability in an outpatient environment. These services are either 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.
Georgia HOPE’s School-Based Mental Health Program has received state-wide recognition as the exemplary model for provision of early intervention services within Georgia schools. By partnering with schools at a state, county, and local level, we are able to utilize multi-tiered supports to identify and address childhood mental health symptoms before they develop into chronic conditions. Our immersion into each unique school environment allows us to break down stigma and increase access to services for those in need.