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.

Primary Services

CarePartners of Georgia, a resiliency-based behavioral health care organization, proudly serves youth ages 4-21, families and caregivers residing in Bulloch, Candler, Emanuel, Jenkins, Jefferson, Johnson, and Washington counties.

Our services include:

  • Case Management
  • Crisis Services
  • In-Home Services
  • Physicians Services
  • Community Services
  • Individual, group, and Family training/therapy

 

The following youth are priority for services:

1. The first priority group for services is Youth: Who are at risk of out-of home placements; Who are in out of home placements; and,

 Who are currently in a psychiatric facility or a community-based crisis residential service including a crisis stabilization unit.

2. The second priority group for services is:

-Youth with a history of one or more hospital admissions for psychiatric/addictive disease reasons within the past 3 years;

- Youth with a history of one or more crisis stabilization unit admissions within the past 3 years;

 -Youth with a history of enrollment on an Intensive Family Intervention team within the past 3 years; -Youth with court orders to receive services;

 -Youth under the correctional community supervision with mental illness or substance use disorder or dependence;

-Youth released from secure custody (county/city jails, state YDCs/RYDCs, diversion programs, forensic inpatient units) with mental illness or substance use disorder or dependence;

-Pregnant youth, Youth who are homeless, or IV drug Users.