Services

24-HOUR CRISIS SERVICES

Behavioral Health Crisis Center (BHCC): The BHCC is a monitored short-term residential service that provides psychiatric and behavioral stabilization and detoxification. We are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our facility, located at 1758 County Services Parkway in Marietta, is accessible by CobbLinc bus route 15. You do not need insurance to be served by us.

The goal for individuals receiving services at the BHCC is stabilization, with referral and linkage to the appropriate services in mental health, substance abuse, and or intellectual/developmental disability programs.

COMMUNITY SERVICES

Cobb Outpatient Services provides mental health services to children, adolescents and adults. We are located at 1650 County Services Parkway in Marietta–accessible by CobbLinc bus route 15. Individuals may walk in Monday-Friday from 7 a.m.-3 p.m. to receive an assessment. Please bring a proper form of I.D. such as a driver’s license, U.S. Passport or other U.S. or state government-issued I.D. You do not need insurance to be served by us.

Cobb Outpatient Services offers a range of outpatient services providing treatment, illness management education and to support the development of the skills necessary to function in the community. Family education and support are important components of treatment.

Case Management (CM) serves individuals with severe and persistent mental illness as well as those individuals suffering from a mental illness combined with substance abuse issues (dually diagnosed). Adult Case Management consists of two different types of service: Case Management and Psychosocial Rehabilitation Individual (PSR-I.)

Intensive Case Management (ICM) is a client-centered, recovery-focused program that provides frequent and flexible services to individuals with severe and persistent mental illness.

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) provides access to a variety of interventions twenty-four (24) hours, seven days a week. The service utilizes a multidisciplinary mental health team from the fields of psychiatry, nursing, psychology, social work, substance abuse, and vocational rehabilitation.

Criminal Justice Services are provided for incarcerated and court involved adults with a mental illness or substance-related disorder.

Pharmacy Services: We offer a full-service pharmacy located at the Cobb Outpatient Center. Genoa, a QoL Healthcare Company, provides a pharmacist and pharmacy on-site for our clients. Pharmacy Services

The Access Center links the residents of Cobb and surrounding counties to our behavioral health care services. The Access Center operates Monday-Friday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m. By arranging appointments for face-to-face assessments, clients connect with appropriate care in mental health, developmental disabilities and substance use. The Access Center, through its Utilization Management Department, coordinates authorization and delivery of care based upon the individual’s needs. Access Center Services provided by calling 770-422-0202. Access Center Services

 

DAY SERVICES/EMPLOYMENT

Day services are available for adults/adolescents and children with persistent behavioral, emotional, or substance-related disorders. They include the following:

Bright Changes is the Cobb County Community Services Board’s program for children and adolescents, ages 5-21 years. The Bright Changes program is a comprehensive, youth-guided, family-driven and community-supported mental health and substance abuse system of care, which provides quality care in a culturally competent manner. For more information, click here: Child and Adolescent Services

Mothers Making a Change Program (MMAC) also known as Women’s Treatment and Recovery Support (WTRS) Program: The Women’s Treatment and Recovery Support (WTRS) Program is a highly structured, trauma responsive, gender-specific program for women who have a substance use disorder and are pregnant and/or have children. Mental Health, Substance use (Addictive Disease)

WTRS Aftercare Program, an evening outpatient program designed with working mothers in mind, to provide participants with additional accountability and support to assist them in maintaining their recovery.

The Supported Employment Department is committed to customizing employment for persons with intellectual/developmental disabilities, mental illness, and/or addictive diseases. The staff assists persons in entering and maintaining competitive employment based on the needs of the job seeker and employer. Supported Employment

RESIDENTIAL/HOUSING

Cobb County Community Services Board provides housing and support services to adolescents and adults with mental health and/or substance abuse challenges. A broad range of facilities are available to those we serve. They include the following:

The George W. Hartmann Center is a therapeutic, structured, residential treatment program for adolescents, ranging in age from 13 to 17 years old, with substance abuse issues and/or co-occurring mental health disorders. Child and Adolescent Services

WTRS Residential is available to participants who experience difficulties in maintaining their sobriety without a structured residential setting. On-site monitoring is provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week in Cobb County. Residential Services

The Families Making a Change (FMAC) Program through WTRS Residential is a specialized, gender-specific, trauma-responsive substance use disorder treatment program for pregnant & post-partum women with children under the age of 12 months. Residential Services

The New Start Men’s Program provides intensive outpatient alcohol and drug treatment and transitional housing to adult men ages 18 and over, who have a primary diagnosis of substance abuse or dependency, and are being discharged from the Crisis Stabilization Program. Residential Services

Intensive Treatment Residential Program is a  program that serves adults with severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI) and provides services that will help the client manage the symptoms of his/her illness, develop daily living skills and learn to use natural community supports. Residential Services

INTELLECTUAL/DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

CHOICES 2 Innovative Community Services is the Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities Services department of the Cobb County Community Services Board. CHOICES 2 offers innovative community service programs including, Supported Employment, prevocational services, community access services, day service programs, W.O.W. (With Out Walls), residential, Community Residential Alternative (CRA), Community Living Support (CLS) Service and Family Support.

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