Love this place, they have been very helpful with getting me back on track with my mental health needs. I just moved back here after being away for years upon years and the transfer from my old health care place in Valdosta has been smooth. Love the docs here made me feel welcome.
Community Service Boards (CSBs) were established by the 1993 General Assembly, OCGA 37-2-6 (a) and created by Georgia Legislators HB100 in 1994. There are 26 Community Service Boards serving the State of Georgia. CSBs are governed by a Board that is appointed by the county commissions in the CSB’s service area. Each county appoints one representative. The most populous county is eligible for one additional appointment and up to three additional members may be appointed by the counties within the service area
provide the most support to their CSB, either monetary or in-kind. The additional member appointments must be elected or appointed officials. Georgia's Community Services Boards are the pre-eminent service providers for children, youth, adults, and families with mental illness, developmental disabilities, and/or addictive diseases. Under the direction of the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD), Gateway participates in multiple monitoring, quality improvement activities and evaluations including APS Healthcare Audits and is an active member of the Georgia Association of CSBs.
We provide hope for recovery to individuals with mental illness, addictive diseases, and developmental disabilities.