Community Healthcare of Georgia is a non-profit organization that provides services intended to stabilize the living arrangement, promote reunification, and prevent the utilization of out-of-home placement for consumers. These services are delivered primarily to children in their home with their family focusing on the following:

1. Diffusing the current crisis, evaluate its nature and intervene to reduce the likelihood of the re-occurrence;

2. Ensuring the linkage to needed community services and resources;

3. Ensuring the clinical appropriateness of services provided; and

4. Improving the consumer’s ability to care for self, as well as the parent’s or legal guardian’s capacity to care for their children.

The agency currently services several counties and school systems as well as juvenile courts throughout Georgia. Community Healthcare of Georgia is accredited by CARF.



Community Healthcare of Georgia utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as its evidence based practices in the delivery of services. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a well-established, empirically validated treatment model that has been shown to be effective in treating children, adults and older adults suffering from a variety of mental disorders including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, OCD and schizophrenia.