Behavioral Health Prevention
The Office of Behavioral Health Prevention (OBHP) is the state agency charged with providing prevention leadership, strategic planning, and services to improve the mental/emotional well-being of communities, families, and individuals in Georgia.
The OBHP develops and contracts for prevention services across the state specifically designed to reduce the risks and increase protective factors linked to substance abuse-related problem behaviors, suicide, and mental health promotion.
Learn about our prevention services in each of the three inter-related behavioral health areas:
May 10 – 14, 2021
National Prevention Week (NPW) is a public education platform that promotes prevention. NPW is celebrated annually in May recognizing the important work that has been done in communities and organizations throughout the year while coming together to raise awareness about the importance of substance misuse prevention and positive mental health.
To find the Prescription Drug Drop Box location near you for safe disposal of medications in Georgia, click https://stoprxabuseinga.org/prescription-drug-disposal/