Positive Impact provides an extensive and coordinated range of counseling services for low-income individuals that includes a comprehensive mental health and substance abuse assessment followed by assignment to a therapist for individual counseling, couples counseling, and/or group therapy. Services focus on the role of mental health in supporting participation in the continuum of HIV-related care including case management and primary healthcare. |
Services are provided both on-site and at nine Metro-Atlanta partner agencies. Providing culturally and linguistically appropriate services to minority populations, including the Spanish-speaking Latino community, is a continuing priority.
Services include the identification of individuals with acute psychiatric disorders, assessment and linkage to the agency psychiatrist.
For a list of current counseling programs offered at Positive Impact, please click here. Services are free to clients who meet certain income requirements. If you believe you need mental health counseling or substance abuse treatment and are HIV positive, please call 404.589.9040 to request a screening to determine service eligibility.