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.
Intensive Family Intervention (IFI) services are intended to improve family functioning by clinically stabilizing the living arrangement, promoting reunification or preventing the utilization of out of home therapeutic venues. Cope Behavioral Health is intent on preserving the structure of the families we work with; which is why we specialize in Intensive Family Intervention (IFI). IFI is designed to be an intensive service provided to children and adolescents that have severe emotional disturbances or substance abuse issues. IFI services can include, but are not limited to: Crisis Intervention Intensive Family Therapy Parent Training Behavior Modification Substance Abuse Counseling Rehabilitative supports to prevent the need for out of the home placement and/or more restrictive services.
Prevention Of Unnecessary Out Of Home Placement
This program works to reduce risk factors that contribute to the maltreatment of children. The program offers an array of support and intervention services via assessments and counseling counselors equipped with the necessary skills and training to address mental health needs.
Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program
Psychosocial rehabilitation promotes personal recovery, successful community integration, and satisfactory quality of life for persons who have mental illness or mental health concerns.
LGBTQ+ Support Services
Cope Behavioral Health strives to support all individuals in their journey of recovery, rehabilitation, coping or preventative needs. Cope Behavioral Health staff are trained in cultural humility and diversity, to assure that all individuals served are treated with dignity, respect and compassion.
Addictive Disease Peer Support
Addiction is a progressive, disease with a high potential for relapse. Addictive Disease Peer Support seeks to offer an intensive treatment with continuing aftercare that helps individuals reconnect with family and find community programs to help them in their recovery process.
Comprehensive Child and Family Assessment
Comprehensive Child and Family Assessment (CCFA’s). are used to assist in decision-making regarding placement of children entering foster care and in strategic planning geared towards the re-unification of the family whenever possible. The child and his/her immediate and extended family members are invited to participate in the assessment process. CCFA’s utilizes Family-centered approaches such as Family Team Meetings and Multi-Disciplinary Team Staffing’s, to effectively involve the family and their treatment team in the planning and decision-making process to determine what is the best interest of the child. The Family Assessment is the foundation of the family case plan and is often utilized to assist judges, CASAs (Court Appointed Special Advocates), Citizens Panels, and other providers working with the child and family.