The following agencies and services are available regardless of insurance or ability to pay:

Behavioral Health Link (BHL) Georgia Crisis & Access Line

S.P.O.E. (Single Point of Entry) for mental health and addictive disease services.


“Connecting people in need to services indeed.” The mission of is to connect people in need to programs and services available in the Chattahoochee Valley area.

211 is Back

Dialing 211 helps the elderly, the disabled, those who do not speak English, those who are having a personal crisis, those who have limited reading skills, or those who are new to their communities, among others, by providing referrals to, and information about, health and human services organizations and agencies in the area

Our Area's Public Providers of Mental Health and Addictive Disease Services

AmerICanWork, Inc. (Adults only)

421 12th Street
Columbus, GA 31901

New Horizons Community Service Board (Adults & Children)

2100 Comer Avenue
Columbus, GA 31907
(706) 323-0174

We have 2 hospitals in our area for behavior health services.

The Bradley Center

2000 16th Avenue Columbus, GA 31901
P.O. Box 7000 Columbus, GA 31908

Other resources our members have found helpful

Medical clinics that offer free or reduced costs:

Columbus Health Department

2100 Comer Avenue

Columbus Regional Outpatient Clinic

1800 10th Avenue

Mission Columbus

3679 Steam Mill Road 706.507.4687

Open Arms Medical Arts

1629 10th Avenue, Suite-B

Valley Healthcare Clinics

Benning Medical Office

1440 Benning Drive, Building 120

Delaunay Medical Office

1315 Delaunay Avenue, Suite 201-A

Delaunay Dental Office

1315 Delaunay Avenue, Suite 201-B

Talbotton Medical/Dental

1073 Woodland, Hwy. 41-N


Need to talk to someone?

Peer Support Warm Line

The Georgia Mental Health Consumer Network operates a state-funded, consumer-directed “warm line” for anyone struggling with mental health issues 24 hours a day
1.888.945.1414 (Toll Free)

National Suicide Hotline


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