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Support and Government Services

Georgia Parent Support Network (GPSN)
404 758-4500
www.gpsn.org

Parent To Parent of Georgia (P2P)
770 451-5484
www.p2pga.org

CHADD (Children & Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder)
404 633-2040
www.CHADD.org

Georgia Childhood Bipolar Foundation (GCBF)
www.gcbf.org

The Hub Family Resource Center
www.thehubfrc.org
Connecting North Fulton County families to community resources

GA Free Clinic Network (Statewide)
678-904-3117
www.gfcn.org

Community Assistance Program
877 459-8474
Prescription drug discounts

NAMI Georgia
770 234-0855
1 800 728-1052
www.namiga.org

Mental Health America of Georgia
404 527-7155
1 800 993-9896
www.mhageorgia.org

Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network
404 687-9487
www.gmhcn.org

Georgia Psychiatric Association
www.gapsychiatry.org

Food Stamps
http://compass.ga.gov

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Atlanta Regional Office, Atlanta Federal Center
404 562-7500
fax: 404 562-7162
61 Forsyth Street, SW, Suite 4T20, Atlanta, GA 30303-8909
http://www.cms.gov/RegionalOffices/Downloads/AtlantaRegionalOffice.pdf

Neighborhood Safety Commission Cobb County
Watch Town Hall meetings on Mental Health HERE

Benefits Navigators for Medicaid and Medicare

Georgia Advocacy Office
Ruby Moore – Director
404 885-1234
Toll free: 1 800 537-2329 (Statewide)
150 E. Ponce de Leon Ave., Suite 430, Decatur, GA 30030
www.dbhdd.georgia.gov
Legal services, defends rights of the ill, investigates abuse in hospitals & jails, federal agency

Office of Disability Services Ombudsman
404 656-4261
Toll Free: 1-866-424-7577
www.odso.georgia.gov
Email odso@georgia.gov
The mission of the Office of Disability Services Ombudsman is to promote the safety, well-being, and rights of individuals with disabilities in Georgia. We work to resolve issues concerning any act, omission to act, practice, policy or procedure that may adversely affect the safety, well-being and rights of individuals with disabilities.

Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD)
Frank Berry – Director
2 Peachtree Street, NW, 24th Floor, Atlanta, Georgia 30303
404 657-2252
Email DBHDDConstituentServices@dbhdd.ga.gov
For information about admission, care, treatment, release and patient follow-up in public or private mental health and substance abuse treatment facilities.

Fulton County Adult Behavioral Health Services
http://www.fultoncountyga.gov/bhdd-services
The Fulton County Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities operates community-based mental health center locations, providing services to meet the specialized needs of children, adolescents and families, adults and senior citizens.
Treatment services include: day services, psychiatric assessment & treatment, group counseling, co-occurring addiction problems, individual & family therapy, crisis management, parenting training and more.

Region 3
Mike Link Regional Coordinator
770 414-3052
Email milink@dhr.state.ga.us
The Region 3 BDHDD office plans and oversees a network of public mental health, developmental disabilities, addictive disease and prevention services for Clayton, Rockdale, Fulton, Gwinnett, Newton and DeKalb. Region 3 is home to 3 Community Service Boards, over 200 Behavioral Health and Addictive Disease providers and over 200 Developmental Disability providers that offer one or more of the Medicaid services under the NOW/COMP Waiver.
To get detailed information about available services and providers or becoming a provider, or to express concern or recommendation about services or make a complaint, contact the regional office.

PLAN of Georgia (Planned Lifetime Assistance Network):
Larry Goodman – Executive Director
404 634-0094
Email planofgeorgiainc@aol.com

North Fulton Government Service Center North Annex
404 612-2273
7741 Roswell Road, Sandy Springs, GA 30350
Contact: Robert Frady, Program Manager, Email Robert.frady@fultoncountga.gov
The North Annex Service Center provides integrated Behavioral Health & Primary Care

NAMI does not endorse any specific treatment, service or provider. The choice and combination of treatment and services selected depends in most cases on the type of mental illness, the severity of symptoms, the availability of options and decisions determined by the individual, often in consultation with their health care provider and others. NAMI advocates and educates for timely, affordable, accountable, cost effective, best practices treatment and services that produce optimal recovery outcomes.

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