CCCG Youth Program Featured on Decaturish.com

Kaylee Simon

The Care and Counseling Center of Georgia is partnering with Decatur High School to promote awareness of mental health issues, improve access to treatment, and meet the needs of students. CCCG staff therapist Kaylee Simon and her therapy dog, Riley, travel to Decatur High to work with groups of students. The new program was featured in a recent article on the local news site Decaturish.com.

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