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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, 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, 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, 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, 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, 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, developmental disability, and/or substance abuse services.

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

Learn More

September is National Recovery Month.

National Recovery Month (Recovery Month) is a national observance held every September to educate Americans that substance use treatment and mental health services can enable those with a mental and/or substance use disorder to live a healthy and rewarding life. Recovery Month celebrates the gains made by those in recovery, just as we celebrate health…

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DBHDD response to Georgia Health News report finding psychiatric patients released to shelters, insufficient supportive housing

In its article, Georgia Health News cites a recently released report finding that Georgia is not meeting its court-supervised obligations for creating housing for people with serious mental illness and state-run psychiatric hospitals have discharged dozens of patients to homeless shelters, with the result of many being re-hospitalized.  Read the article here  Andrew S. Johnson,…

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31 Tips to Boost Your Mental Health – Suggestions 17-31

Relax in a warm bath once a week.Try adding Epsom salts to soothe aches and pains and help boost magnesium levels, which can be depleted by stress. Has something been bothering you? Let it all out…on paper.Writing about upsetting experiences can reduce symptoms of depression. Spend some time with a furry friend.Time with animals lowers…

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31 Tips to Boost Your Mental Health

Track gratitude and achievement with a journal. Include 3 things you were grateful for and 3 things you were able to accomplish each day. Try the free apps – Happieror Attitudes of Gratitude Journal or make your own journal using one of these tutorials. Start your day with a cup of co­ffee.Coff­ee consumption is linked…

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B4Stage4

When we think about cancer, heart disease, or diabetes, we don’t wait years to treat them. We start way before Stage 4. We begin with prevention. And when people are in the first stage of those diseases, and have a persistent cough, high blood pressure, or high blood sugar, we try immediately to reverse these…

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is mental health awareness month. Did you know that1 in 5 adults experiences a mental health condition every year? 1 in 20 people are challenged with serious mental illness such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. 50% of mental health conditions begin by age 14 and 75% of mental health conditions develop by age 24…

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Changing the way we think about mental health

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May is National Mental Health Awareness month — take time to educate yourself and others. Knowing the facts about mental health conditions can help you reduce the stigma and support the people in your life who need it. The exact cause of most mental illnesses is not known. They can be influenced by many factors…

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Relax in a warm bath once a week.Try adding Epsom salts to soothe aches and pains and help boost magnesium levels, which can be depleted by stress. Has something been bothering you? Let it all out…on paper.Writing about upsetting experiences can reduce symptoms of depression. Spend some time with a furry friend.Time with animals lowers…

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