General Online Resources
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) provides advocacy, education, support and public awareness so that all individuals and families affected by mental illness can build better lives.
- For information on Mental Illness resources in Georgia: NAMI | Georgia
- For information about anxiety: Anxiety Tribe
- For information about addiction: Addiction Tribe and Addiction Center
- For information about depression: Depression Tribe
- For information about Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: OCD Tribe
- National Institute On Drug Abuse (NIDA)
Low-cost Counseling Centers
Emory University Outpatient Psychotherapy Training Program
A Department of Psychiatry training program for new psychiatrists, providing evaluations and individual, couples and group therapy, as well as medication management, on a sliding fee scale. Contact 404-727-0399.
Emory University Psychological Center
A Psychology Department therapy training center providing individual, couples, family and group psychotherapy on a sliding fee scale. They also provide a variety of lower-cost psychological testing services, including IQ, learning disability, attention deficit disorder and neuropsychological assessment. Contact 404-727-7451.
GEORGIA COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH SERVICE BOARDS
The publicly-funded adult and youth community-based mental health service system in Georgia, for the treatment of mental health and addiction. Contact 404-657-2136.
Georgia State University Psychology Clinic
A Georgia State Department of Psychology training center for new therapists providing individual, couples, family, group psychotherapy, and psychological testing on a sliding fee scale. Contact 404-413-6229.
Heartwork Counseling Center
A therapy training center providing some low fee counseling through their “Project Open Heart” program. Located in Inman Park, near the Marta station. Contact 404-658-1222.
Jewish Family & Career Services
An organization that provides health, career and human services, including low fee counseling services, serving people of all faiths. They have several locations and counselors in training. Contact 770-677-9305.
Located off Clairmont Road just north of the Emory campus. Contact 404-321-4307.
The Link Counseling Center
A nonprofit community counseling center located in Sandy Springs, 404-256-9797, and Cobb County, 770-541-1114.
Mercer Family Therapy Center
A Mercer University training clinic for new therapists, providing couple and family therapy; located at Piedmont Hospital, near Buckhead. Contact 678-547-6789.
Open Path Collective
Website where therapists register and clients can search for therapist by zip code. This site is for discount sessions $30.00-$50.00 per session. The therapist sets the price.
LifeStance Health (formerly Ray of Hope Counseling Services)
A group of psychotherapists who are committed to helping, healing, and strengthening their clients who face challenges. With seven locations all over Georgia, they work together to provide you with the support you need in a safe confidential environment. Contact 678-213-2194.
Sage Center, Sage Therapy and Education Partnership (STEP Program)
The Mission of the Sage Center is to promote comprehensive wellness in the community by providing quality support services through counseling, consultation, education, and mentorship to individuals, professionals and organizations. Reduced fee counseling services are available through the STEP program, and a short application can be completed online. For more information or to inquire about services, 404-419-4221.
The Training & Counseling Center at St. Luke’s (TACC)
An outreach of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church serving people of all faiths, providing a sliding fee scale. TACC provides telemental health counseling services for the larger community. Contact 404-876-6266.