The Cobb County Community Services Board (CCCSB) is here to help. We are the public safety net for those who are uninsured or under-insured and are who face behavioral health challenges and/or who have intellectual/developmental disabilities. We provide effective, innovative care and appropriate resources—offering children, adolescents and adults help, healing and hope.
In 1993, Georgia General Assembly legislated the formation of regional and community service boards (CSBs). On July 1, 1994, twenty-eight CSBs succeeded county boards of health as the community-based, public providers of behavioral health and/or intellectual/developmental disability services. The General Assembly assigned budget and planning responsibility to the regional boards while services are provided by the Community Service Boards.
CCCSB is funded by the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) through the Cobb Regional Board for Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Addictive Disease; Cobb County; Medicaid/Medicare; Vocational Rehabilitation; grants; private pay; and donations. The CCCSB is governed by a board of directors made up of key leaders in the community. The agency’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) oversees responsibilities for day to day operations. Twenty of our programs/services are CARF (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) accredited.
For more information please review our AGENCY brochure
In addition to assisting the uninsured and the under-insured, Cobb County CSB accepts the following commercial insurers:
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
United Behavioral Health
Thank you for choosing our agency for your behavioral health needs. We must receive the items on the list below in order to provide services to you. Please present all documentation listed below at your first appointment: failure to do so can delay services or cause you to fully pay for services. We want to be able to serve you as quickly and efficiently as possible.
- Driver’s license/State-issued ID (picture ID)
- Social Security card
- Proof of residence (rental agreement, lease, mortgage, utility bill)
- Proof of income (award letter, bank statement, W2 form, check stub, letter of denial from Social Security, etc.)
- Proof of insurance (Medicare, Medicaid, approved commercial, etc.) if applicable
- Proof of Discharge Summary (jail, hospital, institution, etc.) If applicable
If you are not employed, please use the one of the two options below to obtain income verification:
- Social Security Office – ask for the S.E.Q.Y. form
- Unemployment Office – ask for the Wage Verification form