Mental Health for Adults
DBHDD and its network of community providers is here to help adults in Georgia access services that support their individual recovery goals, including psychiatric services, counseling, residential support, and peer programming.
Our core services are designed for people with a diagnosed mental illness, and/or co-occurring substance use disorder, whose level of functioning is significantly affected by the behavioral health illness. Services may include nursing assessment, medication administration, case management, peer supports, psychological testing, individual, family or group counseling.
We are comprehensive community providers of these core services:
Assessment and Recovery Planning helps identify recovery goals.
Physician Services help with medication management.
Nursing Services monitor health issues.
Community Support is in-home support for building skills and accessing resources within the community.
Individual, Family, and Group Therapy/Counseling gives individuals the opportunity to discuss their concerns and find solutions.
Psychosocial Rehabilitation is a day service to help teach skills, such as illness management, daily living skills, money management, and obtaining resources.
Learn more about DBHDD’s mental health services for adults:
For help accessing adult mental health services, contact your regional field office.