WestCare GeorgiaAtlanta , GA
WestCare empowers everyone with whom we come into contact to engage in a process of healing, growth and change benefiting themselves, their families, coworkers and communities. Our vision: WestCare devotes our best collective and individual efforts toward "uplifting the human spirit" by consistently improving, expanding and strengthening the quality, efficacy and cost-effectiveness of everything we do in building for the future.
Phone: 404-761-7485 ext. 37108
Executive Director: Michael Langford
WestCare Foundation is proud to offer programs and services across the continuum of health and human services. Every doorway into a WestCare program is designed, not only to lead to solutions for the presenting issue, but, also, to be a first step toward identifying what may be other complicating and co-occurring factors impacting the life of a whole human being. WestCare creates a continuum of person-centered and trauma-informed care within each and every one of its programs that is recognized for clinical excellence, coordinated access and collaborative innovation.
Populations Mentally/Emotionally Disabled
Transportation Education will teach clients served by TWP how to safely and confidently use transportation. Many women served do not have the skills or cognitive function to figure out how to ride the bus/train/Uber, limiting access to many services and options. With therapy sessions, and small group work, clients will overcome their barriers.
WestCare Georgia's CARES 2 Outreach, Education and HIV Testing Program provides free HIV education, counseling, and testing to adolescents and young adults age 12 to 27 to increase awareness about HIV and STD risk factors and treatment.
The Woman’s Place is a supportive environment in which women of color can receive support services that will help them address barriers to living happy and healthy lives. The Woman’s Place provides a wide array of support services for women with substance use disorders. All services are free. ...View Program