Frequently Asked Questions
Our main office is located at 1814 Clairmont Road, Decatur, GA 30033. We are at the intersection of Clairmont and Mason Mill roads.
From I-85, take exit 91, Clairmont Road towards Decatur, after crossing the intersection with North Druid Hills, the CCCG main office will be on your right at 1814 Clairmont Road.
Click here for directions to our satellite centers.
The main office in Decatur is open from:
8 am – 8 pm Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
8 am – 9 pm Wednesday
8 am – 5 pm Friday
10 am – 3 pm Saturday.
We are closed Sundays
Office hours at our other locations are by appointment only.
Yes. We are a faith-based counseling center. The Care and Counseling Center of Georgia takes your faith and spiritual values seriously. Each member of our staff is spiritually sensitive and is committed to a holistic approach to counseling that recognizes the mind, body and spirit. We have counselors who are grounded in different faith backgrounds, including Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, and Hinduism. If you prefer to work with a counselor with a particular faith background, please tell the Intake Coordinator, Sherita Munroe, when you talk with her about scheduling an appointment.
If you are interested in drawing on your faith in your therapy, our counselors will facilitate that process. On the other hand, we do not impose religion or spirituality on anybody.
While religions serve as a foundation and resource for many, they also have been used to oppress and hurt people. If you or those you love have been hurt by religion, our counselors are trained to help you work through this pain and anger as well.
Yes, we have many counselors on staff and in our affordable care clinic who can address couple and family issues as well as individual ones.
Yes. We counselors on staff and in our affordable care clinic who work with children and adolescents. We also are able to do psychological testing for children and youth.
Yes. We have counselors who have been trained to work with recovery from addiction. We are able to work both with the person with the addiction and with family members affected by their loved one’s addiction. We have in Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) called iThrive Recovery. We have an ASAM Level 1 program, Present Mind Recovery, for those not ready for the IOP and for those struggling with other forms of addiction like gambling, sex, internet, and gaming. Individual and family therapy are also available.
Yes. We have counseling staff who represent various racial, ethnic and religious backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender preferences, ages, and areas of expertise.
No. We cannot take care of your child or children during your session. Children may not be left alone in the waiting room. If possible, please do not bring your child with you to your session.
If your insurance does not cover your visits and you are not a part of an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), the cost is $150 per session. We also have an Affordable Care Clinic, where you can see counselors-in-training at a reduced fee based on income and resources available.
Insurance rarely covers the entire cost of counseling. The following are some possible reasons you may have a balance:
- You may have a co-pay or co-insurance
- Your copay or coinsurance may have changed
- Your insurance deductible may not have been met
- Your insurance may only cover a certain number of sessions leaving you responsible for the rest.
- You may have missed an appointment without cancelling it at least 24 hours before it was scheduled.
All of our counselors on staff are fully licensed mental health professionals. Most of our counselors are licensed as one of the following: psychologists, professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, social workers, psychiatric nurse practitioners, or psychiatrists. Our counselors-in-training are in the process of attaining full licensure. Some are interns in the process of earning master’s degrees; others have their master’s degrees and are provisionally licensed.
If you are suicidal, tell a family member or friend immediately. You may also dial 911 to help get you to a safe place where you can’t harm yourself, or go to the nearest emergency room. If you have an existing relationship with a counselor, you may call that counselor.
You also may call the Georgia Crisis & Access Line at 1-800-715-4225. Help is available there 24/7 for problems with mental health, drugs, and alcohol.
You also may call the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255.