Mental Health Service Providers

  • APS has contracted with six vendors to provide mental health services to students and families who would like additional therapeutic support. Families will be able to access services through their health insurance and providers will be afforded an opportunity to meet with children at school or in the community. Below are the six mental health providers which have been approved through the APS procurement process.

    1. Access Mental Health
    2. CHRIS 180 Counseling Services
    3. Family Ties
    4. Georgia Hope
    5. Pathways
    6. Underdue Social Services, Inc.

     

    Parents, please contact your child’s school social worker to request a referral for mental health therapeutic support.

  • For more information contact :

    Dr. Jacquelyn Anthony
    Director of Social Work Services
    130 Trinity Avenue, SW
    Atlanta, GA 30303
    Ph: 404-802-2247

Resource Providers

  • CHRIS 180
    BAMO
    Usher
    BEST
    Washington HS
    Burgess Peterson ES
    Hank Aaron
    Hollis Innovation
    Russell MS
    MA Jones
    Midtown HS
    TAG Academy
    Scott ES
    Boyd ES
    Family Ties
    Bunche MS
    Deerwood Academy
    Dobbs ES
    Dunbar ES
    E. Rivers ES
    Finch ES
    Harper-Archer ES
    Heritage Academy
    Hutchinson ES
    JLIVA
    Long MS
    Maynard Jackson HS
    Mays HS
    North Atlanta HS
    Perkerson ES
    Peyton Forest ES
    Sarah Smith ES
    South Atlanta HS
    Sutton MS
    Sylvan MS
    Young MS
    Pathways Transition Program
    BAMO
    Burgess-Peterson ES
    Howard MS
    Toomer ES
    Hope-Hill ES
    Mary Lin ES
    Morningside ES
    Parkside ES
    Benteen ES
    King MS
    Garden Hills ES
    Virginia-Highland ES
    Access
    Cascade ES
    CSK
    West Manor
    F.L. Stanton
    Beecher Hills
    Cleveland Ave ES
    GA Hope
    Humphries ES
    Continental Colony
    Spingdale Park
    Kimberly Elementary
    Underdue
    Fickett ES
    Therrell
    Miles ES
    Hazel Heart
    Bolton Academy
    Carver Early College
    Kimberly
    Morris Brandon
    Jackson ES
    AVA
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Additional Resources

  • The Safe Place Partnership

    Christian City serves a large swath of metro Atlanta through its Safe Place partnership with Quik Trip stores, YMCA of Metro Atlanta locations, and fire stations in the following counties: Fulton, Douglas, Carroll, Fayette, Coweta, DeKalb, and Cobb. These organizations post information about Safe Place so teens know they can text the word "safe" and their current address to 4HELP (44357) or call 770-964-3301 for immediate assistance.

    Safe Place at Christian City is part of a national network of more than 22,000 partnering businesses and community locations, such as fast-food restaurants, convenience stores, fire stations, public buses, and libraries, which display the Safe Place sign in their windows and help teens in crisis know how to find help.

Last Modified on March 27, 2024