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Welcome to CDCSB

The Cobb County Community Services Board and the Douglas County Community Services Board (CSB)

are public agencies created by state law to provide mental health, intellectual/developmental disability, and/or substance abuse services.

Our service areas are Cobb, Douglas, and Cherokee Counties, Georgia.

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Welcome to CDCSB

The Cobb County Community Services Board and the Douglas County Community Services Board (CSB)

are public agencies created by state law to provide mental health, intellectual/developmental disability, and/or substance abuse services.

Learn More

Welcome to CDCSB

The Cobb County Community Services Board and the Douglas County Community Services Board (CSB)

are public agencies created by state law to provide mental health, intellectual/developmental disability, and/or substance abuse services.

Our service areas are Cobb, Douglas, and Cherokee Counties, Georgia.

Learn More

Welcome to CDCSB

The Cobb County Community Services Board and the Douglas County Community Services Board (CSB)

are public agencies created by state law to provide mental health, intellectual/developmental, and/or substance abuse services.

Our service areas are Cobb, Douglas, and Cherokee Counties, Georgia.

Learn More

Welcome to CDCSB

The Cobb County Community Services Board and the Douglas County Community Services Board (CSB)

are public agencies created by state law to provide mental health, intellectual/developmental disability, and/or substance abuse services.

Our service areas are Cobb, Douglas, and Cherokee Counties, Georgia.

Learn More

Welcome to CDCSB

The Cobb County Community Services Board and the Douglas County Community Services Board (CSB)

are public agencies created by state law to provide mental health, intellectual/developmentalal disability,and/or substance abuse services.

Learn More

Mental Health Day at the Georgia State Capital 2-8-19

Join Georgia’s Behavioral Health Services Coalition at the Georgia State Capitol to advocate for more high quality, evidence-based, culturally-sensitive behavioral health supports, services, and treatments for all Georgians.  We will spend the morning hearing from Georgia’s mental health peers and leaders, and learn about the opportunities and challenges facing us in 2019. We will be…

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What are Your Needs?

The Regional Advisory Councils of the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) has launched a major study of unmet and under-served needs of low income people with mental illnesses, addictive diseases, and intellectual/developmental disabilities.  The main focus of the study is a questionnaire and their goal is to collect responses from all…

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Certified Peer Specialist Training

The Georgia Certified Peer Specialist Project would like to announce that Certified Peer Specialist Training is coming to Macon, February 4-14, 2019. The application deadline has been extended to Monday December 3rd, 2018. Training dates for this training are February 4-8 and continuing February 11-14, 2019. The Georgia Certified Peer Specialist Project is an initiative…

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It’s Red Ribbon Week

It’s Red Ribbon Week® (October 23-31) The Red Ribbon Campaign® is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the Nation and a way for people and communities to take a visible stand for healthy lifestyles. The campaign was created after DEA Agent Kiki Camarena was kidnapped and killed in Mexico in 1985. People began…

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Being Young and Sober Sucks – Recovery Month 2018

Being Young and Sober Sucks My first real day sober was February 5th, 2008. What a s****y day. The long ass delusional story that got me to that point was something straight out of the movie “A Beautiful Mind” and not because I’m a genius or even that smart. Keep reading, I’ll probably prove it.…

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Recovery Month 2018

Half of a heart, twice the fight When I lost my fiancé to an opioid overdose 12/3/17, half my heart died with him. With half of a heart, I now had twice the fight, I had to fight, not just for my recovery but I felt it was only right to become his voice, our…

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Recovery Month 2018

  The theme for Recovery Month 2018 is Join the Voices for Recovery: Invest in Health, Home, Purpose, and Community. The 2018 theme explores how integrated care, a strong community, sense of purpose, and leadership contributes to effective treatments that sustain the recovery of persons with mental and substance use disorders. Review the personal stories,…

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