Georgia Crisis & Access Line


For crisis help 24/7, call 800-715-4225

The Georgia Crisis and Access Line is a free service sponsored by the Georgia Department of Human Resources. The toll-free, confidential hotline provides assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide access to mental health, addictive disease, and crisis services anywhere in Georgia.

They have trained professionals that can assess crisis situations over the phone and have a mobile team that can perform face-to-face assessments as needed. They can get someone into an inpatient setting quickly and also have vacant appointment times at their disposal to fast track someone into the community mental health system as needed.

GA Peer2Peer Warm Line – 1-888-945-1414

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255

The Crisis Text Line – Text START to 741-741 about any type of crisis 24/7.

Helpful Links


Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities

Georgia Department of Labor

Georgia Department of Family and Children’s Services

National Mental Health Association

National Institute of Mental Health

Mental Health Day at the Capitol – Recording Link

Webinar Registration – Zoom

Community Information


Georgia Pines MHDDAD serves Seminole, Decatur, Mitchell, Grady, Colquitt and Thomas Counties.

Georgia Pines ACT (Assertive Community Treatment) serves Thomas, Grady, Colquitt, Mitchell, Ben Hill, Tift, Irwin and Turner counties.

Local Resources

Narcotics Anonymous –

Alcoholics Anonymous –

Double Trouble in Recovery –

National Alliance on Mental Illness –

National Alliance on Mental Illness for Georgia –

Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network –

Recovery Tool for Substance Abuse –

Alcoholics Anonymous in Georgia – Resource for finding in-person and virtual AA meetings throughout the state –

Recovery in Georgia – Locally run independent addiction recovery resource that features treatment centers, support meetings, and prevention resources located throughout Georgia –

The GARR Network – Georgia-based association of accredited sober living homes throughout the state –

The Summit Wellness Group – Actionable steps for finding a high-quality addiction treatment center in Georgia. It also features a host of additional resources for continuing the treatment search –

SAMHSA’s Treatment Locator – Directory for finding treatment facilities confidentially and anonymously –

Overdose Prevention

Georgia Overdose Prevention Project – An advocacy organization that provides free naloxone kits to Georgians through the mail –

Opioid Overdose Rescue – Outlines 3 simple steps to save a life in the event of an opioid overdose. Includes helpful reference videos –

VSee Help Guides


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