COVID-19 Resources

 

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  • Carbon Health: helps you find a COVID-19 testing center or vaccine center, a flu vaccine center, or mammogram services near you.

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  • Georgia COVID-19 Emotional Support Line: provides free and confidential emotional support and resource information as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is not a form of licensed or unlicensed mental health care or treatment.

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​Call: 866-399-8938

Hours: Monday through Sunday, 8am-11pm EST

  • Georgia Department of Public Health COVID-19 Guidance: provides information on COVID-19 daily status, testing, vaccinations, and overall guidance.

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​Call: (866) 782-458

  • Harvard Medical School Coronavirus Resource Center: provides regularly updated information on COVID-19 in general, vaccinations, coping, in regards to children, and more.

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  • National Child Traumatic Stress Network: provides COVID-19 guides educating parents and caregivers on COVID-19 and how to protect and care for their family, in addition to coping with stress and anxiety.

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  • United Way of Greater Atlanta/ Atlanta COVID-19 Emergency Housing Assistance Program: The Atlanta COVID-19 Emergency Housing Assistance Program is available to incorporated City of Atlanta residents ONLY. Incorporated City of Atlanta residential renters who have experienced a loss of income because of COVID-19 will be able to receive assistance with the payment of their past due rent, utility and/or security deposit assistance dating back to March 13, 2020.

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  • NOTE: applications are currently closed

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Clinics and Health Centers

  • Absolute Care: a healthcare center providing services including primary care, gender-affirming care, PrEP and PEP, pharmacy, infectious disease care, behavioral health care, and more.

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Call: (404) 231-4431

Address: 2140 Peachtree Road NW, Suite 232, Atlanta, GA 30309

 

  • Ascensa Health: an eight facility behavioral health system of care that works to sustain recovery and return individuals to their families and communities (previously known as St. Jude’s recovery center). Services include intake and assessments, treatment planning, addiction and co-occurring mental health treatment, life-skills training, health services, counseling, and more. 

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Call: (404) 249-6272

Hours: Monday through Friday 8am - 4pm

For the most update information about the admissions process, email: info@ascensa.org

Address: 139 Renaissance Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30308-2324

 

  • Community Advanced Practice Nurses: provides physical and mental healthcare services for women and children. They offer pediatric and general services as well as therapy and counseling. Clinics have on site shelters, accept walk-in appointments, and provide quality care regardless of ability to pay.

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Call or text: (404) 658-1500

Address: 173 Boulevard NE Atlanta, GA 30312

 

  • Family Planning Clinic at Grady Hospital: provides education, counseling, medical, and birth control services along with STI screenings for men and women.

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Call: (404) 616 3678

Hours: Monday and Wednesday 8:00am – 12:30pm, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 8:00am – 4:30pm

Address: 80 Jesse Hill Jr Drive SE, Atlanta, GA 30303

  • Grady’s Advice Nurse Line: a 24/7 call line staffed by specially trained registered nurses and on-call physicians to help guide you during times of worry and uncertainty.

Call: (404) 616-0600

 

  • Intown Primary Care: a health care practice focused on the total well-being of the individual and providing quality, personal, and proactive health care to develop solutions based on our patients’ needs. They provide hormone replacement therapy, LGBT health care, STD testing, cosmetic care, physical exams, psychiatric care, weight management, and more.

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Call: (404) 541-0944

Hours: Monday through Thursday 8:30am – 5:00pm (telehealth to 7pm MW, 6pm TR), Friday 8:30am - 4:00pm, Saturday 9:00am – 3:00pm

Address: 2215 Cheshire Bridge Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30324.

 

  • Mercy Care: provides all-around healthcare services regardless of insurance or income status, including primary medical care, pediatric primary care, behavioral health and psychiatry, case management, dental care, vision care, health education, HIV treatment, breast and cervical cancer treatment, and more. 

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Call: (678) 843-8600

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  • NOTE: currently they are having issues with their phone number (did not specify on their website) and are recommending potential patients use their contact form to contact them: https://mercyatlanta.org/contact/

 

  • Neighborhood Union Health Center: a multidisciplinary facility in the state designed to address health disparities experienced in the Vine City community. In addition to the Department of Health and Wellness services, the center will provide mental health and substance abuse counseling, career counseling and training, and primary care services.

Call: (404) 612-4665

Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am-5:30pm

Address: 186 Sunset Ave NW # 186, Atlanta, GA 30314

  • Clarkston Community Health Center (CCHC):  a free/charitable health clinic providing a medical home to the uninsured and underserved residents of Clarkston and surrounding communities.  CCHC operates 4 days a week (4 hours) and offers the following free services: preventive/primary care, women’s health, specialty care, mental health, dermatology, cardiology, vision care, endocrinology, rheumatology, a pharmacy that provides free chronic as well as acute care medications including insulin, and laboratory diagnostic services.

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Call: 678.383-1383

Hours: Friday: 9:00 am - 2:00 pm (By appointment only), Wednesday: 9:00am - 2:00pm (By appointment only), Sunday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Address: 3700 Market Street, Suite E1 Clarkston, GA 30021

 

  • Planned Parenthood: a national provider of high-quality affordable health care and sex education for women, men, and young people. Services include abortion services and referrals, birth control, emergency contraception, general health care, HIV services, LGBT specific services, patient education, pregnancy testing and services, STD testing and treatment, and more.

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  • Someone Cares: provides physical and behavioral health services to people living with HIV and other difficulties related to sexual health.

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Call: (470) 355-5044

Address: 236 Forsyth St, Suite 201 and 204, Atlanta, GA 30303

  • Grady's Trauma Recovery Center: Grady’s Trauma Recovery Center provides patients at Grady Memorial Hospital with 16 weeks of free psychotherapy and supportive case management services. They offer services for patients 13 years or older who are DeKalb/Fulton county residents and have experienced any of the following within the last three years: burns, domestic violence, firearm violence, human sex trafficking, motor vehicle collision, physical assault, sexual assault, stabbing. They can help connect you to services including primary medical care, assistance with finding emergency/safe housing, case management and assertive outreach, individual and group psychotherapy, legal and financial assistance referrals and advocacy, medication management and support, and self-care education and emphasis.

Email: traumarecoverycenter@gmh.edu

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Women's Health

  • Atlanta Care Center: provides free, confidential services to help women facing unplanned pregnancies, including pregnancy tests, ultrasounds and abortion information.

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Call: (404) 870-0788 Appointment

Hours: Monday through Wednesday 10am-4pm, Thursday 10am-5:30pm, Saturday 9:30am-1pm

Address: 1801 Peachtree St Suite 225, Atlanta, GA 30309

 

  • Family Planning Division at Grady Hospital: an adult family planning clinic and teen service clinic, including providing medically indicated pregnancy terminations, and the Department of OB/GYN at Grady provides the contraception consults.

To reach the Outpatient Family Planning Clinic Nurse Line, call: (404) 616-3513

 

  • Feminist Women’s Health Center: provides safe, accessible, and compassionate gynecological care and abortions to all those who need it without judgement. Feminist Women's Health Center (FWHC) strives to empower women through service, education, and advocacy.

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Call: (404) 728-7900

Hours: Monday through Friday 7:30am-5:30pm, Saturday 8am-2pm

Address: 1924 Cliff Valley Way NE, Atlanta, GA 30329

  • Harriet Tubman Women's Clinic (HTWC): a clinic staffed by volunteer Emory providers and medical students providing quality gynecologic care (well-woman exams, family planning, STI screening and treatments, etc.) for uninsured people in a welcoming, safe, and culturally sensitive environment. All visits with a provider are free of charge, though prescriptions and laboratory testing may require fees. They also assist patients in finding free and reduced rates for medications, contraception, STI testing, and specialty services in the Atlanta area.​

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Call: 470-344-8929 (Please leave a voicemail or text to schedule your telehealth or in-person appointment. Leave your name, reason for the appointment, date of birth and address. Note that they are unable to pick up or return calls. If you would like a return call or text, please leave a voicemail or a text to ensure a staff member receives your messages)

Appointment availability: Most Sundays 4-6pm, walk-ins welcome but check website to make sure they are not closed on that day for a holiday/other reason

Address: 3700 Market Street, Suite E-1 Clarkston, GA 30021

  • Grady's Trauma Recovery Center: Grady’s Trauma Recovery Center can provide you with 16 weeks of free psychotherapy and supportive case management services. They offer services for patients 13 years or older who are DeKalb/Fulton county residents and have experienced any of the following within the last three years: burns, domestic violence, firearm violence, human sex trafficking, motor vehicle collision, physical assault, sexual assault, stabbing. They can help connect you to services including primary medical care, assistance with finding emergency/safe housing, case management and assertive outreach, individual and group psychotherapy, legal and financial assistance referrals and advocacy, medication management and support, and self-care education and emphasis.

Email: traumarecoverycenter@gmh.edu

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HIV Services

  • AID Atlanta: ensures that the quality of life of its members is not reduced by their HIV status and provides a range of services to meet housing, medical and educational needs. Services include HIV and STI testing, primary care, medical case management, housing and utility assistance, behavioral health services, pharmacy, PrEP physical exams, and more. 

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For general information, call: (404) 870-7700

For STI Testing, call: (404) 870-7741

​Main Office Hours: Monday through Friday 9am-6pm

Testing Hours: Monday through Thursday 10am-7pm, Friday 9am-6pm (last person is taken one hour before closing)

Main Office Address: 1605 Peachtree Street NE, Atlanta, GA 30309

 

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Call: 1-800-551-2728 or (404) 876-9944

Hours: Monday through Thursday 9am-9pm, Friday 9am-7pm

 

  • Positive Impact Health Centers: works to provide client centered care for the HIV community, to have a life worth living. Services include medical services, testing and prevention services, addiction services, counseling services, supportive services, and housing. 

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  • Someone Cares: provides physical and behavioral health services to people living with HIV and other difficulties related to sexual health.

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Call: (470) 355-5044

Address: 236 Forsyth St, Suite 201 and 204, Atlanta, GA 30303