Cope Behavioral Health is committed to educating Georgians about the prevalence of mental illness and it’s impact on the individual and society. Cope Behavioral Health’s mission is to serve as a resource by which mental illness can be addressed both individually and collectively in a manner that protects the dignity of the individual, the continuity of the family unit and the uplifting of society. COPE Behavioral Health believes that when supported, everyone has the opportunity to live a healthy and productive life. We build success through teamwork; one person, one family, one plan at a time.
All services begin with an assessment by a qualified Clinician (LPC,LCSW,) Once the assessment is complete, the following services are considered to address any identified need.
Cope Behavioral Health provides services to address mental illness, Substance abuse, addictive disease, PTSD, LGBTQ+ concerns, chronic health conditions, housing stability, specialized therapies (ie. Trauma ,Play, CBT, Addictions, Sexual Abuse Victim / Perpetrator). self-mutilation, eating disorderd and family – relationship issues.