Welcome to Georgia’s System of Care!
We are glad you’re here.
Use this website to learn about all things SOC! This includes what the SOC is and how it serves families, training opportunities (such as the Certified Peer Specialist training), announcements and upcoming events, a digital library full of helpful resources and much more!
Navigate the site using the tabs above or use the button below to access services.
What is a System of Care?
A System of Care (SOC) is a philosophy built around the idea that the family should be in charge with regards to the behavioral health services they need. The “system” (which can include state departments, behavioral health providers, teachers, church leaders, or anyone else the individual family thinks should be a part of their team) works with the family to achieve the goals of the family.
Services available include mental health, substance misuse, life skills and skill building, and many others.
If this is an emergency and you are in need of immediate assistance please call 911 or the Georgia Crisis and Access Line (GCAL) at 1-800-715-4225, or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255.
Georgia System of Care News and Upcoming Events
Read about important news related to Georgia’s System of Care.
Read about upcoming events and access the SOC Community Events Calendar.