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It's ok to ask for help

Emergency Facilities

Peachford Hospital


Ridgeview Institute


Highland Rivers Center


Georgia Crisis Hotlines 

Georgia Crisis & Access Line: 1-800-715-4225

Peer2Peer Warm Line: 1-888-945-1414

GA CARES Warm Line: 1-844-326-5400

National Crisis Hotlines

Suicide Prevention Lifeline - 1(800)273-8255

Domestic Violence Hotline - 1(800)799-7233

Sexual Assault Hotline - 1(800)656-4673

Veterans Crisis Line - 1(800)273-8255

Food & Financial Support

Bethany Place - A Safe Haven for Women & Children


Never Alone Food & Clothing


Must Ministries (Food, Clothing, Employment Services)


Service League of Cherokee County

Provides food, clothing, medical, dental, glasses, scholarships and more to children.


Children's Resources

Give A Kid A chance

770.337.4228 (English)

470.295.6751 (Spanish)

YMCA Youth Programs

(Cherokee County)


Addiction Resources - - Resource for finding virtual AA and NA meetings 24/7.

National Institute on Drug Abuse - - Helpful suggestions and resources on finding addiction treatment centers for friends or family members struggling with addiction.

The Summit Wellness Group - - Local Atlanta-based addiction and mental health resource that provides support, referrals and specialized care to the community. Available via phone at 770-692-2052 or online via their website.

30 Overdose Prevention Resources -

The Georgia Overdose Prevention Project - 

Book Resources

*Our Amazon account will fund uninsured clients. 

Therapist Favorites

Children's book in a digital age! 

Social Skills for Kids

Children's book on Divorce

Marriage -Relationship


Grief and Loss

Children's Books for Anxiety and Depression

Often our therapist use this with boys but we do not show them the book we are using! 

Adult Books for Anxiety and Depression 

Daily Meditation

Anxiety Disorder or just Worry?

Middle schoolers and cell phones-BAD news!