Georgia Crisis & Access Line
For access to services and immediate crisis help, call the Georgia Crisis & Access Line (GCAL) at 1-800-715-4225, available 24/7.
How Do I Find DBHDD Services?
If you need immediate crisis help:
Call GCAL (Georgia Crisis & Access Line) at 1-800-715-4225 to be connected to crisis services for mental health, substance abuse, or intellectual/developmental disability issues, available 24/7.
For access and information about outpatient services:
Call GCAL (Georgia Crisis & Access Line) at 1-800-715-4225 to be connected to behavioral health and intellectual/developmental disability providers of outpatient services in your area.
For online access and information about Opioid Use Disorder Treatment and Addiction Recovery Support Centers:
DBHDD has developed an interactive map that provides information on the services below:
An Addiction Recovery Support Center (ARSC) is a peer-led, community-based program that offers non-clinical support and activities to individuals and families on their journey in recovery from substance use disorders.
Treatment Clinics- these programs are a combination of services by payment options that specifically treat Opioid Use Disorder using Medication Assisted Treatment. Please visit www.gaproviderlocator.org.
Search online for supports and services:
To search for behavioral health and intellectual/developmental disabilities supports and services from our network of over 600 providers, please visit Provider Search.
Still need help?
If you need help navigating DBHDD’s system of services, or detailed information about resources in your community, please contact your regional field office.