The National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network (NQTTCN) is a healing justice organization committed to transforming mental health for queer and trans people of color (QTPoC). We work at the intersection of movements for social justice and the field of mental health to integrate healing justice into both of these spaces. Our overall goal is to increase access to healing justice resources for QTPoC.
Phone: 1-800-344-2666 | Hope and Help for young people who are the relatives and friends of a problem drinker
Call: 1-800-662-HELP (4357) | 24/7, free and confidential treatment referral and information service for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders
Phone: (818) 773-9999 Ext. 771 | Helping addicts find the opportunity for a new way of life
Phone: (212) 870-3400 | Fellowship of people who come together to solve their drinking problem. AA helps alcoholics achieve sobriety
Call 1-800-931-2237 (M-Th 9AM-9PM ET, F 9AM-5PM) or Text 1-800- 931-2237 (M-Th 3-6PM, F 1-5 PM) | Provides support, resources, and treatment options for you or a loved one struggling with an eating disorder
Call 988 | The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States.
Phone (appointments, referrals, crisis support: (404) 892-4646 | DeKalb Community Service Board (CSB) is an innovative, community-based behavioral health and developmental disabilities services organization located in metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia, offering a full range of mental health services, developmental disabilities programs and substance abuse treatment to more than 11,000 citizens annually who are uninsured and underinsured.
Phone: 1-800-715-4225 | For immediate access to routine or crisis services, please call the Georgia Crisis and Access Line (GCAL) at 1-800-715-4225. GCAL is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year to help you or someone you care for in a crisis.
Phone: (478) 803-7600 | River Edge offers a variety of evidence-based outpatient supports for those seeking recovery from mental illness. Individual and family counseling services for children, youth, and adults are offered. Groups are also offered to assist recovery. Adult groups include diagnosis specific groups, co-occurring illness groups, trauma recovery, grief recovery, anger management, and family violence intervention. Groups are also available for youth and their families related to recovery and appropriate development. For children and youth ages 5-17, River Edge offers evidence-based, youth-guided, family-focused services. Outpatient services include crisis intervention, assessment, psychiatric stabilization, Connect Clubhouse, and medication services as well as individual, group, and family counseling. River Edge accepts most forms of private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, Amerigroup, Cenpatico, and Wellcare. A sliding fee scale is also offered for those without insurance, based on income and family size.
Phone: (770) 391-1099 | Alive and Well helps anyone who is struggling with issues related to depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, substance use, addiction, or life changes, regardless of their ability to pay for these services. In individual therapy sessions, therapists work with clients to solve current problems and improve positive thinking and behavior. Customized trauma therapy is also provided. In addition, couples and family therapy are provided. Sliding scale fees
Phone: (404) 371-1230 | CaringWorks is a nonprofit working to end homelessness, one person at a time, by providing access to safe, affordable housing and a full array of supportive services that are based on clients’ needs. CaringWorks provides quality supportive housing, behavioral health, and a myriad of support services. Programs offered focus on specific obstacles to stability such as disabilities, criminal records, HIV/AIDS, domestic violence, and PTSD. Short- and long-term housing are offered. Services also include both residential and outpatient treatment, and supportive services include case management, referral for medical treatment, and health and wellness support.
Phone: (888) 514-5345 | The Emory Healthcare Veterans Program (EHVP) provides nationally renowned care for healing the invisible wounds of military service. EHVP treats conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), military sexual trauma (MST), anxiety, and depression related to military service. Emory clinical psychologist Barbara Rothbaum, Ph.D. leads the highly skilled team of professionals. The team consists of specialists in several fields, including psychiatry, neurology, neuropsychology, and social work. Dr. Rothbaum's team is experienced in working with veterans and service members, recognizes the stress of military and service and challenges of returning to civilian life, and many of the members have also served. Services offered include traditional outpatient treatment as well as a 2-week Intensive Outpatient Program. Both formats are offered in-person as well as via telehealth.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: (404) 853-2800 | Families First is Georgia's largest family and children's services organization in metro Atlanta. Counseling services are provided based upon the needs of the client identified during an initial assessment. An Individualized Service Plan is then developed based on the identified needs and the frequency of services is determined. Most clients are seen on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. Individual, family, couples, and group counseling are provided. Therapy services are available to adults, teens and children. Individuals and families can receive counseling in both English and Spanish.
Phone: (770) 936-0969 | The Center for Pan Asian Community Services is dedicated to educating the public about and preventing substance abuse, providing family counseling, comprehensive services to educate, outreach, and effectively empower immigrant and refugee women, families and communities as well as tobacco prevention. Culturally and linguistically competent services are available. Services provided include mental health counseling, drug and alcohol addiction evaluation and counseling, and family violence intervention programs.
Phone: (762) 218-2226 | This is a free clinic for all low income individuals in the CSRA with a specific emphasis on providing complete and competent care to the underserved LGBTQ community. Services offered include mental health support, primary care services for uninsured patients, gender transitioning support, blood work, and clinical pathology tests.
Phone: (404) 658-1222 | Heartwork Counseling Center is dedicated to excellence in depth-oriented psychotherapy, quality clinical training, and to the Atlanta community. Therapists provide skillful, confidential, and professional services in a relaxed private practice setting where every individual is regarded with personal consideration and respect. Therapy is provided for adults, couples, families, and children. Issues that therapists are trained to help with include LGBTQ issues, family issues, anxiety, stress, depression, attachment and bonding, PTSD and trauma recovery, coping and adjustment, grief and loss, women's issues, identity issues, food issues, and more. Marriage and couples counseling is also provided.
Phone: (706) 542-1173 | Established in 1930, the Psychology Clinic is an outpatient mental health clinic operated by the Clinical Training Program of the Department of Psychology at The University of Georgia. As the training clinic for one of the top-ranked clinical psychology graduate programs in the country, the clinic is committed to excellence in graduate training and provides low cost psychological services, both psychotherapy and psychological assessment (child assessments only), for adults, children, and families in the Athens community. Sliding scale. Insurance not taken
Phone: (404) 413-6229 | The Psychology Clinic is the primary training site for Georgia State University's graduate program in clinical psychology. The Clinic offers high quality and affordable psychological services to adults, children, adolescents, families and couples from the greater Atlanta area. Counseling and assessment services are provided by doctoral graduate students supervised by licensed psychologists. The Clinic provides low cost services to adults of all ages. Therapy is offered for a range of mental health concerns including stress, depression, anxiety, phobias, sleep disturbance, anger difficulties, trauma, relational issues, sexual identity exploration and adjustment, grief, work difficulties, school problems, and more. Couples therapy and therapy for children, adolescents, and families are also provided.
Phone: 404-727-7451 | The clinic is staffed by advanced doctoral candidates in Emory University’s Clinical Science Program who work under the close supervision of Emory’s clinical faculty and associated licensed psychologists. Students accepted into Emory’s clinical program are among the best graduates from highly competitive colleges and universities throughout the country. They join the staff and begin seeing clients at the Psychological Center only after they have successfully completed strict academic requirements. Therapy services are available to the community on a sliding fee scale ranging from $18 to $60 per session depending on household income and number of people in the family. Emory undergraduate students qualify for our minimum fee of $18.
Phone: (706) 279-0405 | Georgia HOPE is a community-based provider of mental health, substance use, and family preservation services in the state of Georgia. For over 20 years, Georgia HOPE has been working directly and in partnership with Individuals, Families, The Department of Family & Children Services (DFCS), Schools, and the Community. We want to help you achieve good health and meaningful living by bringing the care straight to you. HOPE is here.
Center for Health and Rehabilitation: 404-665-8600 | North Fulton Service Center: 404-616-4787. Fulton County provides comprehensive mental health and addiction treatment services to all residents, regardless of their ability to pay. We serve uninsured adults and veterans, including those with Medicaid or Medicare. We offer state-of-the-art facilities conveniently located throughout Fulton County, including Atlanta, North Fulton and South Fulton. Therapy services for common behavioral issues including depression, anxiety, addiction, and other emotional and behavioral health concerns are free or offered on a sliding scale, based on income and family size.