Crisis Intervention & Safety

List of Resources:

Caminar Latino

https://caminarlatino.org

P.O. Box 48623, Doarville, GA 30362

404-413-6348

The program is designed for Latino families affected by domestic violence. Email questions to: Info@caminarlatino.org.

Clayton Center – Adult Counseling

https://www.claytoncenter.org/adult-counseling.cms

Behavioral Health Services, 853 Battle Creek Road, Jonesboro, GA 30236

770-478-2280

Crisis Line: 1-800-715-4225;   Appointments: 1-844-438-2778

To provide services that minimize the impact of mental illness in the lives of individuals served while supporting their inclusion in the community. The program serves individuals 18 years and older with a mental health diagnosis; and individuals 18 years old who are currently in high school must utilize the Children, Young Adults, & Families Program until they graduate from high school.  Once graduated, if continued services are warranted, the individual can be referred to the Adult Counseling Program.

Clayton Center – Addictive Diseases Program

https://www.claytoncenter.org/addictive-disease-adult-outpatient.cms

Behavioral Health Services, 853 Battle Creek Road, Jonesboro, GA 30236

Appointments: 1-844-438-2778

Clayton Center’s Addictive Diseases Program has multi-faceted treatment services for individuals who require structure and support to achieve and sustain recovery. These services are designed to evaluate and treat addictive diseases and co-occurring mental health disorders. All individuals, eighteen years or older, and residents of Clayton County, applying for the Addictive Disease Program, with or without co-occurring mental health problems, will receive an assessment of their physiological, cognitive, emotional, social, and environmental functioning.

Clayton Center: Children, Young Adults and Families

https://www.claytoncenter.org/children-young-adults-and-families.cms

1396 Southlake Plaza Drive Morrow, GA  30260

770-473-2640844-438-2778

Clayton Center provides consumer-driven services for people with issues stemming from: mental illness, addictive diseases, and developmental disabilities, as well as children with emotional and/or developmental delays.

Clayton Child Protective Services: Division of Family and Children Services

https://dfcs.georgia.gov/location/clayton-county

877 Battle Creek, Jonesboro, GA 30236

770-603-4602. 

For concerns or to report child abuse, call the CPS Central Intake Center at 1-855-422-4453. For questions regarding Food Stamps, Medicaid, TANF or Childcare, contact the Customer Contact Center at: 1-877 423 4746.

Clayton County Community Services

http://www.claytoncountycsa.org/

1000 Main Street, P.O. Box 1808, Forest Park, GA 30298

404-363-0575

Not for profit that provides emergency short term financial assistance.

Cla​yton County Seniors

http://www.claytonseniors.com/

6701 Highway 85, Riverdale, GA 30274

770-347-0150

FAX: 678-479-5069

Clayton County Senior Services Department delivers services and programs that promote independence and dignity and enhance the quality of life while providing a safe and caring environment for older adults, relative caregivers, and grandchildren.

Families First

www.familiesfirst.org

1988 Plaza Lane, Atlanta, Georgia 30311

404-853-2800

Not for profit serving Clayton and South Fulton Counties. The organization provides social service programs including family and group counseling for youth and adolescents.

Gigi’s House

https://www.gigishouseatl.org/

7147 Jonesboro Road, Suite 870051, Morrow, GA 30287

470-372-8050

Gigi’s House is dedicated to serving girls ages 13-19 who are at risk of becoming a victim of sex trafficking. We provide a safe home for up to 18 months. In addition to safe housing, we provide individual and group trauma-informed therapy with a licensed therapist, home-school, mentoring, life skills and daily self-confidence building activities.

House of Dawn

http://houseofdawn.org/

8050 Taylor Rd, Riverdale, GA 30274

770-629-1643

House of Dawn provides a stable, loving, home to teen mothers ages 13 to 19 and their children at risk for potential homelessness, physical, psycho-emotional and sexual abuse. Under adult supervision and a highly trained staff, each young mother and her child will benefit from: childcare; counseling; educational; recreational opportunities; life skills training; parenting education; employment skill; and mental and physical health services.

My Brothers House

2525 Fox Hall Lane South, College Park, GA 30213

678-604-6422

My Brother’s House provides outreach and recruitment to engage youth. The program utilizes harm reduction and trauma-informed approaches in providing care. They offer safe temporary shelter and living accommodations and other services for up to 21 days.  

Promise Place

350 North Jeff Davis Drive, Fayetteville, GA 30214

770-461-3839

Facilities located in Fayette and Spalding counties. It is a not for profit that assists domestic abuse victims.

Rainbow House, Inc.

http://rainbowhouseinc.org/

879 Battle Creek Rd., Jonesboro, GA 30236

Coordinator:  770-603-4187

Safe Place:  770-478-6905

Rainbow House, Inc. is a private, non-profit corporation, operating Rainbow House Emergency Shelter for Children and Rainbow Connection Child Advocacy and Assessment Center. Our mission is to provide services to shelter, champion, and heal abused, neglected, exploited, and abandoned children. Like the rainbow that appears after a storm, promising better times ahead, Rainbow House is an all-inclusive organization that brings hope to children that have come through difficult situations. We strive to provide peace and normalcy to children and their families so that they can heal.

Salvation Army (Jonesboro)

https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/

130 Spring Street, Jonesboro, GA 30236

770-724-1680

A not for profit, international organization that assists communities, especially the homeless. Provides services such as addiction dependency, emergency response, family tracing, and healthcare.

Securus House:  Shelter for Domestic Violence Victims

https://securushouse.org/

P.O. Box 870386, Morrow, GA 30287

770-961-7233

Securus House provides shelter, support, counseling and advocacy for victims of family violence in Clayton County and the surrounding Metro Atlanta counties. Securus House is a multifaceted agency, providing 24-hour support for victims and their families. Through a broad range of programs in the community, we address the individual needs of victims by providing support services to help victims become self-sufficient.

Sisters Empowerment Network

http://www.sistersempowerment.org/rape-sexual-assault-affiliate

1631 Phoenix Boulevard, Ste. 9, College Park, GA 30349

770-603-4045 or 770-507-7772

24-Hour Confidential Crisis Line: 770-477-2177

Fax: 770-477-4545

Southern Crescent Sexual Assault and Child Advocacy Center offers a variety of services including a 24 hour crisis line, forensic medical services, medical and legal accompaniment, counseling, and education. SCSAC-CAC offers support for anyone who has been raped, sexually assaulted, sexually harassed or sexually abused recently or in the past. We also provide support to victims of child abuse and their non-offending caregivers. Trained volunteer or staff counselors respond immediately to crisis calls, providing support to callers as well as referrals to community resources. These short-term counseling services are also available to family and friends of survivors.

All services are free of charge.

Southern Crescent Sexual Assault and Child Advocacy Center

https://www.gcapp.org/southern

P.O. Box 1788, Jonesboro, GA 30237

770-603-4045

Not for profit used to provide information and resources for children and adult females sexually assaulted.