The DeKalb CSB provides school based mental health services in partnership with DeKalb County Schools and Decatur City Schools. This program enhances the learning environments of schools by removing barriers to learning and actively promoting the emotional well-being of students through mental health promotion and intervention in the schools. The program is supported by the Georgia APEX program.
Opioid Residential Treatment Program
The Opioid Residential Treatment Program is a semi-independent transitional living service for homeless men who have completed a course of withdrawal management at the DeKalb Regional Crisis Center. The program provides multi-phased structured therapeutic treatment services in conjunction with the DeKalb Addiction Clinic with the goal of developing sustained recovery from substance use and independent living skills.