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 https://gahope.org/recovery-services/.
What are some signs and symptoms of Mental Health?
|Feelings of hopelessness||Irritability|
|Muscle Tension||Feelings of guilt or worthlessness|
|Loss of interest in hobbies/activities||Decreased energy or fatigue|
|Feeling restless or trouble sitting still||Thoughts of death or suicide|
|Difficulty sleeping or oversleeping||Appetite and/or weight change|
|Aches/pains, headaches, cramps, or digestive problems|
with no clear physical cause
|Difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions|
One in five Americans have a mental health condition.
70-80% of children with mental health conditions never receive help.
Here is how we can help!
We work with the individual/family to determine their wants, needs, and preferences for care. This may include a combination of services, which could include:
|Diagnostic Assessment||Psychiatric Care|
|Nursing Assessment & Care||Community & Resource Linkage|
|Individual Counseling||Family Counseling|
|Parent Training||Evidence-Based Groups|
|Drug Screens||Medication Administration|
|24-hour Crisis Response Coverage||Transition Services|
90% of the families we serve are referred to us by a concerned community member.
What is the next step?
Anyone can make a referral for Mental Health or Substance Use Services. Simply complete the online referral (https://gahope.org/make-a-referral/rsd-referral/) or call our office 706-279-0405.
Don’t suffer alone! #HOPEisHere!