Client Intake Line (404) 920-7745
Counseling services are offered at our area offices in Chamblee, Midtown, and Lilburn. Additionally, counselors see clients in Catholic parish locations around the metro Atlanta area. All sessions are by appointment only; please start the intake process by calling our dedicated client intake line.
Infant Items Needed!
We are currently in need of the following infant items:
- Infant and/or toddler car seats (new or gently used that have never been in a car accident and are less than 3-4 years old). New mothers are unable to discharge their newborn babies from the hospital without an infant car seat.
- Pack ’N Play cribs (new or gently used)
- Baby wipes
- Disposable diapers (newborn to size 6)
- Grocery gift cards for baby food
- Books (new infant books)
- Clothes (new or gently used newborn items)
For more information about donating, please call Sandy Thompson at 404-920-7748 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funding provided in part by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners
under the guidance of the Housing and Human Services Department Grant Programs.
Clinical Services Available
Outpatient Mental Health Counseling Services
Counseling Services for individuals, couples, families, children, and adolescent counseling/ therapy are provided by highly qualified, professional therapists. Problems that are routinely addressed and resolved include marital and family conflict, adolescent issues, depression, anxiety & stress, support with addictions, anger management and impulse control, support with grief and loss, children’s behavior problems, sibling rivalry, parent-child relationships, domestic violence and trauma care, as well as the difficulties that are encountered in different life stages. We have counseling services available in various locations. Please call our client intake line to schedule an appointment. A sliding scale fee is charged based on income.
Pregnancy Counseling Services
We provide free, professional counseling to assist you and your family with decision making, problem solving, and goal setting. Our services are aimed at helping families make positive plans that include parenting, adoption, or kinship care for your unborn child.
Parent Talk: In Home Parenting Education
The Parent Talk Program serves to educate, strengthen and support pregnant and parenting families to raise their children in a safe and healthy environment so that they may achieve their full potential. This program focuses on family support and early intervention. Clients for this service must be pregnant or have a child 2 years of age or younger in the home.
Play Therapy for Children
Play Therapy is a creative and healthy way to foster critical development in your child. Through play, children learn to express feelings in a healthy way, modify behavior, develop problem-solving skills, improve self-esteem and relate to others. Parents benefit from this treatment by an improved relationship with the child, a deeper understanding of the child’s behavior and increased parenting skills.