Our Services

At this time Odyssey accepts the following insurance: Medicaid, Caresource, Peachstate, Amerigroup, Blue Cross, Aetna, Cigna.
We also have an Odyssey Payment Plan. Please contact us for more information.

ADULT

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Mental Health-offered to individuals 18 and older who may be experiencing a variety of mental health concerns, such as:

  • Depression or anxiety
  • Traumatic experiences or grief
  • Trouble adjusting to new situations
  • Relationship problems
  • Managing anger

The Mental Health Services offered are:

  • Behavioral health assessments
  • Individual therapy & family therapy
  • Group counseling
  • Psychiatric services & medication management
  • Marriage or couples counseling
  • Anger management classes

Substance Abuse-offered to adults 18 years and older

  • Adult Substance Abuse Program – Guides clients through an abstinence‑based program following the American Medical Association’s definition of addiction as a chronic, progressive, primary illness. Our clients are typically in the early stages of substance abuse and may have experienced a legal problem which led them to seek services from Odyssey. We offer a range of outpatient services designed to meet the needs of each individual client and referral source.
  • Black Health Empowerment Initiative – Odyssey has partnered with the Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition to develop the Black Health Empowerment Initiative (BHEI). BHEI services are confidential and are provided at no cost through a research grant for African Americans who identify as LGBTQ and/or engage in same‑sex practices. The program consists of substance abuse education and treatment which includes individual counseling, support groups, and linkages to HIV, Hepatitis testing and PReP.
    For up to date resources and information for this program, please go to our social media page.

ADULT

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Mental Health-offered to individuals 18 and older who may be experiencing a variety of mental health concerns, such as:

  • Depression or anxiety
  • Traumatic experiences or grief
  • Trouble adjusting to new situations
  • Relationship problems
  • Managing anger

The Mental Health Services offered are:

  • Behavioral health assessments
  • Individual therapy & family therapy
  • Group counseling
  • Psychiatric services & medication management
  • Marriage or couples counseling
  • Anger management classes

Substance Abuse-offered to adults 18 years and older

  • Adult Substance Abuse Program – Guides clients through an abstinence‑based program following the American Medical Association’s definition of addiction as a chronic, progressive, primary illness. Our clients are typically in the early stages of substance abuse and may have experienced a legal problem which led them to seek services from Odyssey. We offer a range of outpatient services designed to meet the needs of each individual client and referral source.
  • Black Health Empowerment Initiative – Odyssey has partnered with the Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition to develop the Black Health Empowerment Initiative (BHEI). BHEI services are confidential and are provided at no cost through a research grant for African Americans who identify as LGBTQ and/or engage in same‑sex practices. The program consists of substance abuse education and treatment which includes individual counseling, support groups, and linkages to HIV, Hepatitis testing and PReP.
    For up to date resources and information for this program, please go to our social media page

CHILD AND ADOLESCENT

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Mental Health-offered to individuals 3 to 17 years old, who may be experiencing a variety of mental health concerns at home or school, such as:

  • Depression or anxiety
  • Traumatic experiences or grief
  • Trouble adjusting to new situations
  • Managing anger
  • Self-Harming
  • Behavioral Problems
  • Low Self Esteem

The Mental Health Services offered are:

  • Behavioral Health Assessments
  • Individual therapy & family therapy
  • Group Counseling
  • Psychiatric services & medication management
  • School Based– Many children with behavioral or mental health problems are already struggling in school and cannot take extra time outside of the school day for transportation to and from therapy. Odyssey staff works in partnership with school social workers, teachers, and administrators in a team approach to develop the most effective strategies for students, making it possible to address students’ mental health issues in the school environment. Our school based program is funded in part by the Fulton County Board of Commissioners under the guidance of the Department of Community Development CSP Program.

Substance Abuse-offered to teens 12-17 years old

  • Odyssey To Recovery – is a 6‑10 week abstinence‑based program and focuses on education about substance use and addiction. OTR clients are usually in the early states of experimenting with substances.
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CHILD AND ADOLESCENT

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Mental Health-offered to individuals 3 to 17 years old, who may be experiencing a variety of mental health concerns at home or school, such as:

  • Depression or anxiety
  • Traumatic experiences or grief
  • Trouble adjusting to new situations
  • Managing anger
  • Self-Harming
  • Behavioral Problems
  • Low Self Esteem

The Mental Health Services offered are:

  • Behavioral Health Assessments
  • Individual therapy & family therapy
  • Group Counseling
  • Psychiatric services & medication management
  • School Based – Many children with behavioral or mental health problems are already struggling in school and cannot take extra time outside of the school day for transportation to and from therapy. Odyssey staff works in partnership with school social workers, teachers, and administrators in a team approach to develop the most effective strategies for students, making it possible to address students’ mental health issues in the school environment.
  • Odyssey To Recovery – is a 6‑10 week abstinence‑based program and focuses on education about substance use and addiction. OTR clients are usually in the early states of experimenting with substances.

Substance Abuse-offered to teens 12-17 years old

Names of schools:

  • Premier Academy Preschool (Minnie Howell location)
  • Global Impact Academy
  • Conley Hills Elementary School
  • Hamilton E. Holmes Elementary School
  • Campbell Elementary School
  • College Park Elementary School
  • Palmetto Elementary School
  • Seaborn Lee Elementary School
  • Wolf Creek Elementary School
  • Parklane Elementary School
  • Hapeville Elementary School
  • Love T. Nolan Elementary School
  • Liberty Elementary School
  • Evoline C. West Elementary School
  • Cliftondale Elementary School
  • Feldwood Elementary School
  • Bear Creek Middle School
  • Paul D. West Middle School
  • Sandtown Middle School
  • Woodland Middle School
  • Banneker High School
  • McClarin High School
  • Langston Hughes High School
  • Tri‑Cities High School
  • Westlake High School
  • Premier Academy Preschool (Minnie Howell location)
  • Global Impact Academy
  • Conley Hills Elementary School
  • Hamilton E. Holmes Elementary School
  • Campbell Elementary School
  • College Park Elementary School
  • Palmetto Elementary School
  • Seaborn Lee Elementary School
  • Wolf Creek Elementary School
  • Parklane Elementary School
  • Hapeville Elementary School
  • Love T. Nolan Elementary School
  • Liberty Elementary School
  • Evoline C. West Elementary School
  • Cliftondale Elementary School
  • Feldwood Elementary School
  • Bear Creek Middle School
  • Paul D. West Middle School
  • Sandtown Middle School
  • Woodland Middle School
  • Banneker High School
  • McClarin High School
  • Langston Hughes High School
  • Tri‑Cities High School
  • Westlake High School

PREVENTION AND EDUCATION

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Odyssey works in school and community settings to offer services which are designed to educate groups of all ages about issues impacting mental health and wellness. Some topics presented are:

  • Mental health symptoms and education
  • Substance abuse prevention and education
  • Parenting education
  • Anger management
  • Self-esteem
  • Coping skills and stress reduction

Wellness Wednesdays – On the first Wednesday of every month, Odyssey, along with various community partners, host virtual presentations to provide information and community resources via Facebook Live.

HIV Testing – Odyssey partners with Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) on expanded HIV awareness and testing in the Atlanta community. Our staff participate in HIV/AIDS prevention and education activities and deliver rapid HIV tests at no charge.

PREVENTION AND EDUCATION

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Odyssey works in school and community settings to offer services which are designed to educate groups of all ages about issues impacting mental health and wellness. Some topics presented are:

  • Mental health symptoms and education
  • Substance abuse prevention and education
  • Parenting education
  • Anger management
  • Self-esteem
  • Coping skills and stress reduction

Wellness Wednesdays – On the first Wednesday of every month, Odyssey, along with various community partners, host virtual presentations to provide information and community resources via Facebook Live.

HIV Testing – Odyssey partners with Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) on expanded HIV awareness and testing in the Atlanta community. Our staff participate in HIV/AIDS prevention and education activities and deliver rapid HIV tests at no charge.