Behavioral Health Services Get the care and support you need

AID Atlanta offers outpatient behavioral health services including mental health assessments and therapy for adults.

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We understand that caring for one’s mental health is as important as caring for your physical health.

Our goal is to respect the individual and offer services in partnership with each client to address their needs. We have a caring team ready to assist you. We want to be a viable partner with you in your behavioral health treatment in order to help you to live successfully with HIV, as well as help you to improve your quality of life.

Mental Health Therapy helps with:

  • Feel stronger in the face of challenges
  • Change behaviors that hold you back
  • Look at ways of thinking that affect how you feel
  • Heal pains from the past
  • Build relationship skills
  • Figure out your goals
  • Strengthen your self-confidence
  • Cope with symptoms
  • Handle strong emotions like fear, grief or anger
  • Enhance your problem solving skills


Am I Eligible

Currently, we are only accepting Ryan White eligible individuals.

Do You Provide In-Person Or Online Counseling

AID Atlanta Behavioral health is currently providing phone and in-person appointments.

In-person appointments require adherence to AID Atlanta's COVID19 protocols.

What Can I Expect My First Session

The initial session is the time for you to start to share your story, talk about your goals and what you would like to change.

Another important aspect of the first session is deciding if we are a good fit. Do I seem like someone you can trust? We are establishing a relationship that will become the foundation of our collaboration.

Do You Prescribe Medication

Our team does not consist of psychiatric doctors. Many clients find medication is helpful, but many of them also progress well in therapy without medication.

If you would like to be evaluated for psychiatric medication, please call our information line for resources at 1-800-551-2728

I Am Not Living With HIV, How Can I Get Resources

If it is an emergency, please visit your nearest hospital or dial 911

My GCAL (Georgia Crisis and Access Line 800-715-4225) has experienced professionals who can assist you in a pinch outside your normal sessions. They provide text and chat capabilities on their MYGCAL APP available for Apple and Android.


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