For emergency mental health, developmental disability or addictive disease services, call:
Georgia Crisis & Access Line: 1-800-715-4225
For non-emergency developmental disability services, call:
Intake & Evaluation Team
Toll Free: 1-877-551-4897
Dawn Peel, Behavioral Health Regional Services Administrator
Karla Brown, Developmental Disabilities Regional Services Administrator
3405 Mike Padgett Highway, Building 3
Augusta, GA 30906
Phone – (706) 792-7733
Fax – (706) 792-7740
Toll Free – 1-866-380-4835
Guide to Region 2 Community-Based Services (Updated July 2013)
Locate developmental disabilties service provider
(Updated January 2015)
An alphabetical list of approved providers in the Region 2 geographical area.
The Region 2 Field Office plans and oversees a network of public mental health, developmental disabilities, addictive disease and prevention services for 33 counties.
Counties in this region include Baldwin, Barrow, Bibb, Burke, Clarke, Columbia, Elbert, Emanuel, Glascock, Greene, Hancock, Jackson, Jasper, Jefferson, Jenkins, Jones, Lincoln, Madison, McDuffie, Monroe, Morgan, Oconee, Oglethorpe, Putnam, Richmond, Screven, Taliaferro, Twiggs, Walton, Warren, Washington, Wilkes, and Wilkinson.
To get detailed information about available services and providers or becoming a provider, or to express a concern or recommendation about services or make a complaint, contact the regional field office.
The Region 2 Advisory Council represents 33 counties in the region. Members are appointed by their county commissioners; they are business and civic leaders with a strong interest in mental health, developmental disabilities and addictive diseases as well as consumers or family members of consumers.
The role of the Advisory Council is to give a voice to consumers and their families and other citizens in the region in assessing needs and recommending priorities for DBHDD services. The council makes recommendations about services and works with the regional field office to develop an annual plan. Council members stay informed about local needs and issues and serve as advocates with public officials. The main objective of the council is to identify community needs and gaps in the current DBHDD service system and to make recommendations based on their findings.