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Georgia PeachCare for Kids


PeachCare for Kids health benefits include: care from a doctor when your child is sick; preventive services such as immunizations and regular check-ups; specialist care; dental care; vision care, including vision screenings and eyeglasses; hospitalization; emergency room services; prescription medications; and mental health care. Each child in the program has a Georgia Better Health Care primary care provider who coordinates the child’s care

Providence Women’s Recovery (PWR)

Affordable Christian drug and alcohol rehab services for women only

MARR: Women’s Recovery Center (WRC)

Offers residential substance abuse treatment that is specific to the needs of women

Hope Home Recovery Services

Provides supportive, sober living communities

Valley Rescue Mission: Women’s Addiction Recovery Program

A Christ-centered, six-phase developmental recovery program designed to help women break their dependence on drugs, alcohol and destructive relationships


A non-profit long-term, sober-living residential recovery community for women


Medically-managed detoxification, inpatient residential treatment, long-term treatment, outpatient treatment and family programs

The Extension


A community supported long-term residential recovery program for homeless men and women that addresses one of the primary root causes of homelessness, which is chemical dependence

Care and Counseling Center of Georgia (CCCG)

Counseling services

Steppingstones to Recovery (STR)

Intensive outpatient treatment program

Mary Hall Freedom House

A nonprofit organization that provides gender-specific treatment, recovery, housing and support services to help women and women with children break the cycle of addiction, poverty and homelessness

Talbott Recovery

Offers alcohol and drug treatment programs

Turning Point

Offers inpatient and outpatient services to adults who suffer from behavioral health disorders and/or substance abuse

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