Child & Adolescent Services

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For referrals to our Child & Adolescent Program, click here: Child and Adolescent Referral Form


The APEX Program is a partnership with participating schools to provide school-based mental health services to students in grades K-12.  APEX staff work closely with school staff to identify the needs of students and link them with appropriate services. Some of the services provided within the school setting include assessment, diagnostic evaluation, individual, family and group therapy and case management/community support. This school collaboration provides families with streamlined access to mental health services and serves to help improve academics, behavior, school attendance and ultimately graduation rates.

APEX is currently provided within the following schools:

  • • Annette Winn Elementary School
  • • Clarkdale Elementary School
  • • Dunleith Elementary School
  • • Hickory Hills Elementary School
  • • Lithia Springs Elementary School
  • • Marietta Sixth Grade Academy
  • • Marietta Middle School
  • • Marietta High School
  • • Tapp Middle School


Bright Changes Resiliency Clubhouse is a community-based program addressing the social and emotional needs of children and youth ages 9-21. We support and encourage youth to explore new and exciting opportunities by promoting an array of experiences and providing a safe environment during after-school hours and during the summer. Club Members receive case management, therapeutic services, age-appropriate life skills, homework support and exposure to different careers and hobbies through field trips and speakers. BRIGHT CHANGES NEW




TEAM (Together Everyone Achieves More) Clubhouse is an exciting place for youth (ages 13-17) to learn early recovery skills, alternative decision making and coping skills in an effort to prevent the continued use of psychoactive substances. Clubhouse services include structured recreational activities, educational and employment support services, peer and family support services and relapse prevention services. 


The George W. Hartmann Center is a co-ed, structured residential substance use disorder recovery program for adolescents, ages 13-17. Hartmann provides 24 hour supervised, planned living and recovery services in a therapeutic environment. We offer comprehensive assessments, individualized treatment planning, substance use recovery groups, individual/family counseling, life-skills group, recreational activities, psychiatric and nursing services, and an accredited educational curriculum. 


Hartmann Entrance

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