NAMI is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. Your local NAMI Affiliates and volunteer leaders work in communities across the country to raise awareness and provide essential and free education, advocacy, and support group programs.
NAMI Northside Atlanta is dedicated to eradicating the stigma of mental illness, enhancing the hope of recovery, and improving the quality of life for children and adults who have been diagnosed with a brain disorder through advocacy, education, research, and support.
NAMI Georgia is an organization of families, friends and individuals whose lives have been affected by mental illness. Together, we advocate for better lives for those individuals who have a mental illness, and we offer support, education and advocacy as we do so.
NAMI Northside Atlanta
PO Box 244043
Atlanta, GA 30324
4120 Presidential Pkwy, Suite 200
Atlanta, GA 30340
Phone: (770) 234-0855
Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) changes lives, saves lives and impacts lives, through education, peer support groups and advocacy for those diagnosed with a mental health illnesses and empowers their family and friends to embrace their independence, advocate for improved services, and to love them for who they are.
At DBSA Metro Atlanta, our mission is to improve the lives of people living with depression, bipolar and other mood disorders. If you’re seeking hope and help for successfully managing mood disorders, like depression or bipolar disorder, you’ve come to the right place. Visit our web site for wellness tools, helpful resources, details on our support groups, information on our newsletter, our contact information, upcoming events and more.
DBSA Metropolitan Atlanta
Phone: (404) 355-8815
MHA is a powerful voice for healthy communities throughout the nation and offers information, referrals, and resources for individuals living with any type of mental illness. One of MHA’s services includes online screening, which is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common and treatable. And recovery is possible.
MHA-GA is the primary resource of choice for prevention and early intervention programs, with information, education, and training in mental health and wellness. MHA-GA maintains a strong and viable organization to deliver our mission and advance our vision of mental health and influences policy change through education and advocacy, with focus on a individual’s right to live an independent and fulfilling life.
MHA of Georgia
2250 N Druid Hills Rd NE Ste 275
Atlanta, GA 30329-3141
Phone: (770) 741-1481
A Community Food Pantry is open for food distribution Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday – 1pm – 4pm. Clothing is available outside in the parking lot on select Fridays from 10am – noon. You must be in zip code, experiencing homelessness, or be a veteran with documentation and must have ID. We are currently only serving hot lunches on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, to those who are experiencing homelessness on a first come, first served basis.
A Community Food Pantry
1790 LaVista Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30329-3141
Phone: (404) 325-0677
AFSP Georgia focuses on eliminating the loss of life from suicide in Georgia by: delivering innovative prevention programs, educating the public about risk factors and warning signs, raising funds for suicide research and programs, and reaching out to those individuals who have lost someone to suicide. Our staff and volunteers do programs often.
The Georgia Chapter is committed to providing as many prevention programs as we can to our community. We are pleased to offer all modules of Talk Saves Lives and More Than Sad for parents and educators virtually and free of charge. We routinely do programs for businesses of all sizes, conferences, PTAs, schools, community organizations, faith groups, and more!
1920 Dresden Drive #191591
Atlanta, GA 31119
Phone: (404) 275-3316 & (470) 514-7667
Atlanta Community Food Bank‘s mission is to fight hunger by engaging, educating and empowering our community. We work with more than 700 nonprofit partners to distribute over 65 million meals across metro Atlanta and north Georgia.
We’re a member of Feeding America, the nation’s leading domestic hunger relief charity made up of over 200 food banks.
Atlanta Community Food Bank
3400 North Desert Drive,
Atlanta, GA 30344
Clubhouse Atlanta provides the space, support and structure that an individual requires to recover, perhaps come to terms with their illness, make sense of their world and build up their self-confidence.
Membership in a Clubhouse community gives a person living with the effects of mental illness the opportunity to share in creating successes for the community. At the same time, he or she is getting the necessary help and support to achieve individual success and satisfaction.
4755 N. Peachtree Rd.
Dunwoody, GA 30338
Phone: (770) 986 8970
(470) 416 1693
Community Advanced Practice Nurses Clinics believes that access to health care for the medically underserved is fundamental to empowering people and restoring communities. Starting January 3, 2023 we have updated our eligibility & screening process. In our clinic, we serve those experiencing homelessness or are uninsured and low-income. All clients must provide proper documentation to receive services. Please bring your documentation to the clinic with you. We accept the following documentation:
Homeless Verification Letter
Wage Verification Letter from the Department of Labor
Last year’s W2
2 paystubs dated within the past 30 days
Community Advanced Practice Nurses Clinics
173 Boulevard NE
Atlanta, GA 30312
Each One Teach One Together, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit agency that provides resources and support to all families. Each One Teach One Together encompasses six guiding principles:
- To be effective, parents need to be strong and flexible.
- To be supported, parents need friends that understand trauma and know how to be supportive.
- Parenting is part natural and part learned and therefore ongoing parent skills training is essential to blend the two.
- All parents need help sometimes. Being open to receiving help, especially when in crisis, is a strength and not a weakness.
- Children need help in communicating effectively and parents need to develop the skills to assist them in doing this.
- Parents and children need and deserve love and respect. This reciprocal relationship can happen by learning parental behavior to enable children to feel lovable, capable, worthwhile and responsible.
Each One Teach One Together, Inc.
P.O. Box 44522
Atlanta, Georgia 30336
Phone: (470) 352-5986
Feeding Georgia is composed of seven regional Feeding America food banks and maximizes their impact by collaborating on strategic initiatives, advocating on their behalf and coordinating statewide efforts. Together, we are leading a statewide effort to end hunger in Georgia.
3400 North Desert Drive
Atlanta, GA 30344
Phone: (404) 419-1738
It is the mission of the Georgia Certified Peer Specialist Project to identify, train, certify and provide ongoing support and education to consumers of mental health services, to provide peer support as part of the Georgia mental health service system and to promote self-determination, personal responsibility and empowerment inherent in self-directed recovery.
Georgia Certified Peer Specialist Project
Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network
1990 Lakeside Parkway, Suite 100
Tucker, Georgia 30084
Phone: (404) 687-9487
Georgia Parent Support Network is a national family-run organization linking more than 120 affiliates and state organizations focused on the issues of children and youth with emotional, behavioral, or mental health needs and their families. The National Federation works to develop and implement policies, legislation, funding mechanisms, and service systems that utilize the strengths of families. Its emphasis on advocacy offers families a voice in the formation of national policy, services and support for children with mental health needs and their families.
Georgia Parent Support Network
1381 Metropolitan Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30310
Phone: (404) 758-4500
Good Samaritan Health Center is working to remove the barriers preventing low-income families from obtaining access to quality healthcare in the Atlanta area. By providing a full circle of health that includes medical, dental, behavioral, nutrition/health education, and wellness services, we are helping to reverse the healthcare gap in our community and set families on a path to achieving long-term health. It’s working.
Good Samaritan Health Center
1015 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy. NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
Phone: (404) 523-6571
Healing Community Center’s vision is a healthy community where all individuals, regardless of their ability to pay, have access to comprehensive, coordinated, affordable, quality health care. The Head Start program is a mobile exam service that HEAL provides in partnership with the YMCAs of Atlanta and Atlanta Public School system. We primarily provide health screening services for children who are on Medicaid or who are uninsured. We complete the necessary 3300 and physical exam forms that students are required to obtain to be in the Georgia public school system.
Healing Community Center
3915 Cascade Rd, Suite T-90
Atlanta, GA 30331
Phone: (404) 564-7749
Recovery Warriorz advocates for the inclusion of all persons into our communities and actively encourages Self-Centered supportive paths and Recovery with resilience, all while curving incarceration trends. We serve all individuals and families coping with the challenges of developmental disabilities/mental health/addictions and incarceration by providing peer services to support them as they achieve their highest potential and best possible quality of life. We educate, advocate and bring awareness to behavioral health/addictions and the school to prison pipeline.
1700 Northside Dr Suite A7
Atlanta, Georgia 30308-3568
Phone: (678) 558-9330