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NEIGHBORHOOD UNION HEALTH CENTER

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186 Sunset Avenue

Atlanta, GA 30314

(404) 612-4665

(404) 612-9330 - Behavioral Health Services

Primary Care (provided by West End Medical Center) 404-613-5456

 

LaTrina Foster, Health Services Performance & Quality Improvement Manager

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The Neighborhood Union Health Center is a multi-discipline one-stop shop health center bringing together Fulton County Health & Human Services and the Morehouse School of Medicine.  The hours of operation are Monday thru Friday from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.  To reach the main telephone number, please call (404) 612-4665.  To reach Behavioral Health Services, please call (404) 612-9330.

SCHEDULE OF GROUP THERAPY PROGRAMS

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MONDAY SCHEDULE

  • Depression Group (10:00 AM - 11:00 AM) -¬†focuses on identifying triggers to depressed moods and learning healthy & empowering strategies to overcome¬†depression during your daily life
  • Reducing Stress & Anxiety (10:15 AM - 11:15 AM)
  • Health Living (2:00 PM - 3:00 PM) -¬†focuses on nutrition & healthy eating, physical fitness, and smoking cessation

TUESDAY SCHEDULE

  • Life Skills & Relationship Health (10:00 AM - 11:00 AM) -¬†effective marriage education resources to strengthen marriage & family relationships, create more stable families for children, and enhance the overall relational health of the community as directed by the Georgia Family Council in partnership with the Georgia Department of Human Resources
  • Parenting & Grandparenting (1:00 PM - 2:00 PM)¬†-¬†helps parents & grandparents identify parenting difficulties, and implement parenting techniques to help raise healthy and responsible children

WEDNESDAY SCHEDULE

  • Coping with Anxiety & Stress (10:00 AM - 11:00 AM) -¬†identifies the causes of stress, and learning healthy & effective methods to deal with stress during your daily life
  • Co-Occurring Disorders (1:00 PM - 2:00 PM) -¬†tailored to meet the needs of individuals who are struggling with a substance abuse disorder and a behavioral health disorder.¬† Individuals will learn how to identify "triggers" and high-risk situations, & effective relapse prevention skills
  • Becoming Less Angry (1:00 PM - 2:00 PM)

THURSDAY SCHEDULE

  • Anger Management - Men's Group (10:00 AM - 11:00 AM) -¬†enables men to identify inappropriate expressions of anger, and learn healthy ways to manage and release anger
  • Depression & Co-Occurring Issues (10:15 AM - 11:15 AM)
  • Anger Management - Women's Group (1:00 PM¬†- 2:00 PM) -¬†enables women to learn to manage anger effectively, stop violence or the threat of violence, develop self-control over thoughts & actions, and receive support from group members

FRIDAY SCHEDULE

  • No group therapy programs are currently scheduled on Friday

 

COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH SERVICES

The Neighborhood Union Health Center offers the following services:

Children 1st & Child Health                                       Communicable Disease Follow-Up

Ear, Eye, Dental Screening                                       Adult Dental Services

Family Planning & Women's Health Services               HIV Counseling & Testing

Immunizations                                                        Lead Screening

Newborn Metabolic Disease Screening                       Perinatal Case Management (PCM)

Pregnancy Related Services                                     Pregnancy Testing

Right From the Start                                                Medicaid Referrals

Tuberculin Skin Testing                                            Primary Care Services

Nutrition WIC Services                                             Psychiatric Evaluation & Treatment

Medication Management                                           Individual, Group & Family Counseling

Case Management Support Services                          Anger Management

Coping Skills/Stress Management                              Parenting Skills

Co-Occurring Mental Health/Substance               Abuse Groups

Mental Health & Substance Abuse Screening, Assessment & Treatment Planning

 

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT SERVICES

Neighborhood Union Health Center also offers services designed to assist all Fulton County residents, youth (16 - 21) and adults, as well as employers, with developing and sustaining a world-class workforce to strengthen families and neighborhoods.   The Fulton County Office of Workforce Development provides the following services at the Neighborhood Union Health Center:

  • Initial Needs Assessments/Job Training
  • Labor Market Information/Career Guidance
  • Occupational & Academic Assistance/Subsidized Work Experience
  • Resume Preparation/Vocational Training
  • Job Readiness/Job Search Assistance
  • Life Skills Training/Occupational Skills Assessments

For more information, or to schedule an appointment please contact the Neighborhood Union Health Center at (404) 612-4665.

 

ADDITIONAL ADULT BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER LOCATIONS

SOUTH FULTON BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER

1636 Connally Drive

East Point, GA 30314

Telephone: (404) 762-4042

Julia Foster-Batth, Behavioral Health Program Manager

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WEST FULTON BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER

475 Fairburn Avenue, SW

Atlanta, GA 30331

Telephone: (404) 691-9627

Amani Mungo, Clinical Supervisor for Behavioral Health Services

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THE CENTER FOR HEALTH & REHABILITATION

265 Boulevard, NE

Atlanta, GA 30312

Telephone: (404) 613-1650

LaTrina Foster, Health Services Performance & Quality Improvement Manager

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NORTH ANNEX SERVICE CENTER

7741 Roswell Road

Sandy Springs, GA 30350

(404) 612-2273

Robert Frady, Program Manager

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For additional information about programs and services offered by the Fulton County Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities, please visit our website: www.livebetterfulton.org.  You also can contact us at the following telephone numbers:

 

  • Behavioral Health Access & Information Line¬†- (404) 613-3675.¬† Monday thru Friday from 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Georgia¬†Access & Crisis Line¬†- (800) 715-4225 for¬†after hours assistance¬†

 

 

 
 

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