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Mental Health

Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care, Inc.

The Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care Inc. is a private not for profit corporation serving Chatham County. Curtis V. Cooper is a committed, competent and affordable primary and preventive health care service provider. They have been providing primary and preventive healthcare services to Chatham County since 1974.
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Gateway Behavioral Health Center

Gateway Behavioral Health Center provides mental health services and addictive disease services to adults, adolescents, and children.

Chatham County Developmental Disabilities Training Center provides community living supports and vocational training for adults (18 yrs & up).

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HUGS (Heads-Up Guidance Services)

HUGS (Heads-Up Guidance Services) is a faith-based, non-profit organization, making both professional counseling & vocational guidance available and affordable to all who desire growth & independence. Their compassionate staff is committed to a comprehensive approach, offering many opportunities for social rehabilitation and community integration.

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J. C. Lewis Primary Health Care Center

J.C. Lewis Primary Health Care Center provides Comprehensive Primary Health Care at a discounted price for those who qualify. The center provides all required primary, preventative, enabling health services, as well as comprehensive behavioral health services. The adjacent Dental Center provides preventative, restorative and emergency oral health services.

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Recovery Place, Inc.

Recovery Place, Inc. is a CARF accredited substance abuse and behavioral health treatment provider located in Savannah. They provide a comprehensive array of cost-effective services including: detoxification, individual and family counseling, relapse prevention, dual diagnosis treatment, evening and morning outpatient programs, day treatment, and a residential program.

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