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Mental health and wellness in Georgia

Your mind and body are connected. Your thoughts and feelings affect your overall well-being — and we’re committed to helping you be mentally, physically, and emotionally healthy.

How to get mental health services

We’ll help you find the right support and connect you to the care you need.

  • Call us at 404-365-0966 or 1-800-611-1811 (TTY 711).
  • Gwinnett County employees call 404-760-3549 (TTY 711) for appointments.

You don’t need a referral to see a therapist

You can make an appointment to see a therapist at a Kaiser Permanente facility without a referral from your personal doctor. And if you ever want to change your provider, you can switch at any time for any reason.

Do not attempt to access emergency care through this website

If you think you or your family member has a medical or mental health emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

What is mental health?

Mental health services include assessment, treatment, and support for a variety of mental, emotional, and substance use conditions. At Kaiser Permanente, adults, families, teens, and children can get clinical and support services for a wide range of issues, including:

  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Anxiety and stress
  • Autism spectrum disorders
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Sleep problems
  • Substance use disorder (a condition where using or depending on drugs causes mental, physical, or social changes)
  • Trauma

Services and support

You have a range of therapy and treatment choices. As your partner in health, we’ll help you select the options that are right for you.

  • Adult mental health
  • Autism assessment centers
  • Child and adolescent mental health
  • Clinical evaluation
  • Counseling and therapy
  • Crisis intervention
  • Depression and anxiety tools
  • Individual therapy
  • Medication management
  • Substance use disorder treatment
  • Suicide prevention

Caring providers

Our mental health providers are passionate about helping people. Here are the different types of caregivers who can help you:

  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Licensed clinical social workers
  • Marriage and family therapist
  • Psychiatric clinical nurse specialists

Self-care wellness resources

Your care extends beyond therapy, medication, or treatment. Take advantage of things you can do to support your own wellness including classes* and screening tools to help you keep a healthy balance of mind, body, and spirit.