PEECH is a collaborative preschool program funded by the State of GA to provide free comprehensive services to disabled children between the ages of 3-5. Facility-based services: Serves the six local school systems. Preschool classes are taught by teachers certified in early childhood special education. Each child’s program is based on his or her individual educational needs. Community-based services: A special education preschool teacher works with the child and caregivers in that child’s day care center, preschool, or Head Start program. Home-based services: A teacher or qualified personnel work with the child and his caregivers in the home. Referral Process: Preschool teachers, physicians, health departments, Head Start, or other agencies involved in providing services to preschool-aged children. Anyone can initiate the screening process by calling or writing.
Substance Abuse Long-term care: 16 weeks [54 men is maximum capacity limit). There is a waiting list. Based on Christianity and the 12-step program. After care: a little more freedom, clients can have employment
A full service family counseling center providing a broad range of outpatient therapy and consultation services, including: Psychological testing, Individual, Family, Couple, Group Therapy, Professional Training, Consultation. Confidential services are provided for families and individuals of all ages and circumstances through a variety of treatment programs, business and industry services, and educational programs. Professional care is offered through such programs as: Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychotherapy, Marriage and Family Counseling, Pastoral Counseling, Outpatient Substance, Abuse Treatment; Evaluation and Testing, and Geriatric Concerns. A highly trained and dedicated staff provides services to enhance the quality of life for individuals, families, and organizations in the community.
Provide preschool experience for 4 year olds