Cobb & Douglas Public Health Logo

Quick Links

Cobb & Douglas Public Health - Make an Appointment
Cobb & Douglas Public Health - Career Center
Career Center
Cobb & Douglas Public Health - Survey
Let us know how we did
Cobb & Douglas Public Health - Healthy People 2030 Champion Badge


Mental Health Services:

  • Highland Rivers Behavioral Health 
    Highland Rivers Behavioral Health provides comprehensive treatment, support, and recovery services for adults, youth, families and veterans affected by mental health disorders, intellectual developmental disabilities, and addictive disease.
  • Douglas Community Service Board
    Douglas County Community Services Board is a local provider of supports to individuals with mental health challenges, substance use disorders and intellectual disability and developmental disability. DCSB supports the public, as well as individuals who are transitioning from an institution to the community with various supports.

*If you or someone you know is in crisis, call or text 988 to reach the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline, chat with them online via their website, or text HOME to 741741 (multiple languages available). If this is an emergency, call 911.

Primary Medical and Dental Services

  • Good Samaritan of Cobb | Good Samaritan of Douglas
    Good Samaritan is committed to its founding purpose, to spread the love of Christ and provide a primary medical and dental healthcare home to the uninsured and underinsured, working poor and indigent in our community. Patients pay on a sliding fee scale based on income and household size with the remaining costs being provided by donations.
  • Must Ministries
    A volunteer organization dedicated to helping homeless and struggling individuals and families with food, clothing, housing, employment, and other services.
  • Ser Familia
    Ser Familia’s mission is to offer preventive family services and equip Latinos with the tools, resources, and skills they need to move from crisis to thriving.
  • United Way
    Our area is one of the most vibrant regions in the country, but the region has significant barriers to realizing its potential in the future because of its continued ranking at the bottom of the list of metro areas in income mobility. Children born in low-income households have only a 4% chance of getting out of poverty in their lifetime. United Way of Greater Atlanta doesn’t like those odds. Their work is about changing them so that children — regardless of where they’re born — have the chance to realize their potential and build lives that sustain them, their families, and their communities.
  • The CarePlace (Douglas County)
    The CarePlace for Douglas County residents exists for those patients who do not have private health insurance and cannot afford to pay for healthcare in the private sector. Endeavoring to treat the whole patient, The CarePlace provides medical care, health education, and select social services to all of its patients who meet the requirements.
  • Georgia Division of Family & Children Services (DFCS)
    DFCS investigates reports of child abuse; finds foster and adoptive homes for abused and neglected children; issues SNAP, Medicaid and TANF; helps out-of-work parents get back on their feet; and provides numerous support services and innovative programs to help families in need.
  • Walmart Health –
    Walmart Health offers local medical, dental, and behavioral health at affordable prices, under one roof.