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Get to Know Us

Project Director/Instructor
Dr. Natasha De Veauuse Brown

Program Coordinator/Bilingual Instructor
Michelle Quintero 

Training Coordinator/ Bilingual Instructor  
Lupe Arteaga 

Bilingual Instructor
Bren Munoz

Our Community Partners 

The Georgia Health Policy Center at Georgia State University is collaborating with several organizations serving Gwinnett County to coordinate free YMHFA trainings, funded as part of a Mental Health Awareness Training AWARE grant. These organizations include Archdiocese of Atlanta, Latin American Association, Meadowcreek High School, Ser Familia, and View Point Health. The YMHFA trainings are open to all adults (e.g., educators, parents, clergy, first responders, neighbors) who interact with adolescents in Georgia. Trainings can be conducted in English or Spanish.


Ser Familia - Service Provider

Ser Familia's mission is to provide preventive family services and equip Latinos with the tools, resources and skills they need to move from crisis to thriving. Ser Familia, Inc. delivers its services using a unique holistic wraparound approach, which we call the Ser Familia Model. All services are provided to clients involving all family members, which yields the best possible outcomes for them and creates positive results which sustain over time.


Services available in Spanish and are free of cost to clients regardless of their immigration status.



Phone: 678-363-3079

Hours of operation: M-F 8:30AM to 5:30PM



  • 1000 Cobb Place Boulevard Suite 170, Kennesaw, GA 30144

  • 1600 Roswell Street Suite 4, Smyrna, GA 30080

  • 3594 Baxley Point Drive, Suwanee, GA 30024

  • 445 Atlanta South Parkway Suite 140, College Park, GA 30349 (opening May 2022)

  • 5000 Peachtree Industrial Blvd Suite 160,Berkeley Lake, GA 30093


View Point Health - Service Provider 

Viewpoint Health is a community behavioral health center utilizing a team of psychiatrists, nurses, licensed counselors and social workers, as well as other professionals to provide services to individuals who need treatment and support to cope with mental illness, substance abuse, and intellectual and developmental disabilities. View Point Health serves uninsured, underinsured, low-income Medicaid, Medicare, war veterans and some private insurance across multiple locations with a full continuum of behavioral health services and supports


Lawrenceville Center

175 Gwinnett Drive, Ste. 260

Lawrenceville, GA 30046



Norcross Center

5030 Georgia Belle Court

Norcross, GA 30093



Alianza Terapéutica Latina-

Services offered in Spanish

6020 Dawson Blvd. – Ste I

Norcross, Ga 30093

770-662-0249 or 470-559-8235

Archdiocese of Atlanta  

The Archdiocese of Atlanta encompasses the northern half of Georgia covering 21,445 square miles. Specifically, it includes the 69 counties north of and including the following counties: Lincoln, McDuffie, Warren, Hancock, Baldwin, Putnam, Jasper, Monroe, Upson, Meriwether and Troup.


Mailing address:
Archdiocese of Atlanta - 2401 Lake Park Drive S.E.
Smyrna, Georgia 30080

Telephone: 404-920-7800


We are Here to Listen and Take Action

Archdiocesan 24 hour Abuse Reporting Hotline



Holy Family Counseling Center

4411 Suwanee Dam Road, Suite 720

Suwanee, GA 30024

(678) 993-8494


Mental Health Ministry Resources

Latin American Association 

The mission of the Latin American Association (LAA) is to empower Latinos to adapt, integrate and thrive. Our vision is ‘Opportunity for All.’ The LAA achieves its mission through five (5) focus areas: Civic Engagement & Advocacy, Economic Empowerment, Youth Services, Family Stabilization & Well-Being, and Immigration Services. Each focus area includes a targeted menu of direct services, large-scale events, and advocacy to realize significant community impact and affect systems level change.


Atlanta Outreach Center

2750 Buford Hwy.
Atlanta, GA 30324


Dalton Outreach Center

508 E Morris St.
Dalton, GA 30721


Lawrenceville Outreach Center

308 North Clayton St.
Lawrenceville, GA 30046

Meadowcreek High School

Meadowcreek High School offers various clubs and organizations for students and families to get involved. For example they have a parent center is a place where parents can learn about curriculum, communicate with teachers, community resources, and ways to support their children’s learning at home. 

Address: 4455 Steve Reynolds Blvd, Norcross, GA 30093
Hours: M-F 7am – 3pm
Phone: 770-381-9680

Compassionate Atlanta 

Compassionate Atlanta is a grassroots community-building non-profit seeking to raise awareness about the benefits of compassionate action throughout Greater Atlanta and beyond. We do this by teaching and encouraging people of every persuasion and walk of life to channel their concern for the well-being of others into tangible action. The goal is to build healthier, more connected, abundant, and thriving communities.

Address: 500 South Columbia Drive, Decatur, GA 30030

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CLILA's mission is to develop grassroots community leaders to represent the Latino community and respond to current challenges, to advocate for Latino civil rights. "Our philosophy is to recognize and develop the leader in each person who has not had that opportunity.

Address: 2518 E Walnut Avenue
Dalton, GA 30721
Phone: 706- 529-9216

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