Here are some local resources that may be helpful in different ways.
Carrollton Resource Map
The Carrollton Asset Mapping Project (CAMP) assists residents of Carrollton by connecting them to resources. The website has 11 different maps of resources ranging from family services, mental health, thrifty living, and animal services just to name a few. The contact information for the resources/places of business are listed on the maps. This is a great site to easily find most of the helpful places in Carrollton GA.
Willowbrooke at Tanner
If you are experiencing a crisis or are having intense thoughts of self-harm then Willowbrooke at Tanner will be a useful resource. The center has a team of helpful and friendly staff who want the best for your well-being. Willowbrooke at Tanner also provides partial hospitalization services as well as addiction/substance abuse programs. This program is located in Villa Rica, but they have programs throughout the West Georgia Area.
Ridgeview Institute is a behavioral health hospital that treats people with addiction or mental health problems and has earned a national reputation for care and service. Since 1976, more than 70,000 people have turned to Ridgeview in crisis, in despair, and in hope. It is located in Metro Atlanta and provides a variety of services for those in need.
This program offers residential and day programs for teens and young adults struggling with mental illness. Skyland Trail is a great program for those leaving the hospital or inpatient facility due to their therapuetic programs and focus on increasing a person's well being. They are located in north Atlanta.
University of West Georgia Counseling Center
If you are a UWG student, the Counseling Center is a great resource for you. They offer individual, group, and online counseling and their fees are paid by your tuition. Their excellent staff will help you through your times of distress while helping you to develop into the person you desire to be. The Counseling Center is located in Row Hall.