This section is for educational purposes only. Below is a list of services that are available to youth, young adults, and their families through Georgia’s system of care.
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Mental health refers to the state or condition of an individual’s emotional (feelings), psychological (inner thoughts), and social (relationships with others) well-being. A person’s mental health can impact many things in their life, whether it be their feelings throughout the day, how they respond to stress, or even how they interact with friends and family.
Self-harm is when an individual engages in self injurious behavior with the goal of releasing physical or emotional pain. Someone who commits self-harm may not necessarily be exhibiting suicidal behavior.
Suicidal behavior is when an individual engages in behavior that has the potential to end his or her life.
Substance misuse is the inappropriate use of drugs and alcohol, and can span from cigarettes and alcoholic drinks to inhalants, prescription medicine, and illegal drugs.
Intellectual and developmental disabilities are disorders that are typically present at birth and can impact an individual’s physical, intellectual, and/or emotional development.