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COVID-19 RESPONSE: Cobb County Community Services Board remains open. We are following all federal, state, and county mandates, as well as CDC guidelines and instructions to ensure the individuals we serve are protected as much as possible from COVID-19. We are following CDC guidelines to clean and disinfect our facilities. We are promoting regular and thorough handwashing by employers, contractors, and those we serve. We will isolate an individual who appears to have symptoms.

Individuals with symptoms or risk factors should take the following steps:
– ​CALL their healthcare provider.
– Anyone without a healthcare provider should CALL the Georgia Department of Health (DPH) to receive a phone screening. The phone number is 1-866-PUB-HLTH (1-866-782-4584).

All individuals seeking services will be screened in the front office areas using the CDC recommendations regarding travel, contact, and symptoms. If individuals display symptoms, a visit to a primary care physician or a link to a medical health care provider is required.

If you are in an at-risk group (medically fragile or elderly), we will work with you to reschedule your appointment. We will consult with medical staff and send medication refills to the pharmacy.

Help Is Here

About Us

The Cobb County Community Services Board (CCCSB) is here to help. We are the public safety net for those who face behavioral health challenges and/or who have intellectual/developmental disabilities and are uninsured and underinsured. We provide effective, innovative care and appropriate resources—offering children, adolescents and adults help, healing and hope.

Mental Health

“I just wanted to take a moment to let the staff know at this facility that I love the way you all handle patients and situations that occur. Thank you for all your kindness and patience. Continue to be loving human beings.”

Crisis Services

“They willingly worked to save my life, and they are doing it for many of my friends…It is a good, helpful, nice place to get off drugs and alcohol and to get your mental health headed in the right direction.”

Crisis Services

“They willingly worked to save my life, and they are doing it for many of my friends…It is a good, helpful, nice place to get off drugs and alcohol and to get your mental health headed in the right direction.”

Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities

“The center allows me to go visit different places I normally would not be able to visit, and I have fun here with my friends.”