CarePartners of Georgia was established in 2003 and was founded and based upon the fundamental belief that individuals can and do recover from mental illness.

Corporate Compliance


CarePartners of Georgia is committed to the delivery of services in an environment characterized by strict conformance to the highest standards of accountability for administrative, program, business, marketing, and financial management services. Further, the management of CarePartners of Georgia is fully committed to the prevention and detection of fraud, waste, abuse, fiscal mismanagement, and misappropriation of funds and has developed a Corporate Compliance program that emphasizes (1) prevention of wrong doing--whether intentional or unintentional; (2) immediate reporting and investigation of questionable activities and practices without consequences to the reporting party, and (3) timely correction of any situation which could potentially put its clients, customers, stakeholders, the organization, its leadership, or employees at risk.

Any person wishing to submit a report of any suspected case of waste, fraud, abuse, or wrongdoing can do so confidentially and without fear of retaliation or reprisal. Reports can be submitted in person or by mail, telephone, fax, or email to the organization''s Corporate Compliance Officer.

Kathy Durden
243 W. Main St., Swainsboro, Ga., 30401
PH: 912.690.0711 | F: 478.237.7541

CarePartners of Georgia's Code of Conduct

It is the policy of CarePartners of Georgia (CPGA) that all full and part-time employees, contractors, students, volunteers (collectively referred to as "staff"), are expected to perform their designated functions in a manner that reflects the highest standards of ethical behavior. The ethical standards contained in this policy shape the culture and norms of CarePartners of Georgia's administrative operations and clinical practices, and staff will be held fully accountable to these standards. In addition to the specific guidelines.  

  1. Staff will respect the rights of our consumers by demonstrating full integration of the guidelines contained in the Rights and Responsibility Policy. This includes the right of the consumer to make autonomous decisions and fully participate in every aspect of the service delivery process.
  2. CPGA employees will provide services in a manner that fully respects the confidentiality of consumers, by demonstrating a functional knowledge of confidentiality policies and guidelines.
  3. CPGA employees will be fair and honest in their work. They will not exploit or mislead, and will be faithful to their contractual obligations and their word.
  4. To prevent and avoid unethical conduct, CPGA employees will consult with, refer to, and cooperate with other professionals. CPGA employees will clarify their professional roles and obligations and be accountable for upholding professional standards of practice.

B. Personal/Professional Conduct:

  1. All prior personal relationships between staff and persons entering the organization's programs shall be disclosed by the staff member and subject to review by the appropriate supervisor.

Staff will limit relationships with persons served to their defined professional roles.

The following is a link to a CarePartners of Georgia policy: Code of Conduct.