Our Services...
CETPA provides individual, family and group counseling for people
suffering negative consequences from alcohol and drug use or addiction,
for a variety of mental health issues and employee assistance programs.  
We are committed to provide the following professional services:

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CETPA provides Substance Abuse, Mental Health, and Psychiatric
evaluations for adults and adolescents in Spanish and in English.  a client
receives when they are applying for admission at CETPA.  The result of
these evaluations may or may not involve continued utilization of services
at CETPA.  This decision is based on the results of the evaluation and
other exams.

Individual Counseling:
Sessions will be provided for clients that qualify for this level of
counseling or for clients who chose individual counseling as a form or
continued care.

Sessions will be provided for clients and their spouse/family to involve
them in the recovery process and to begin healing their relationships.

Group Counseling:
Different types of groups are available for clients needing ASAM Level I
treatment or higher.  The minimum length of stay is usually 12 weeks.
However, depending on circumstances, the minimum length of stay for
some clients will be 18 weeks or longer.

Treatment in the state of Georgia, offering a minimum of nine hours of
services per week.

Supportive Counseling:
Full hour or half-hour groups covering recovery skills and the
introduction 12-Step philosophy.  These groups are integrated into Level
I or Level II programs.

Group Education:
One and one-half hour education lectures are provided as part of the
Level I or Level II programs or as an added support to those in individual
or family counseling.  Topics and presenters vary each time and include
stress management, communication and HIV/AIDS, among others.

Family Program:
Our family program attempts to engage the family in the process of
recovery from the beginning.  The family program meets on a regular
basis.  Family members of all ages are invited to attend.

Nursing Services:
As part of the admission process, our clients receive a Physical
Assessment by a nurse.  The nursing services include a Physician's
assessment, laboratory analysis, tuberculosis (TB) testing, drug testing
and voluntary HIV/AIDS testing.

Medication Management:
Our Medical Director provides medication management services to our
clients at CETPA.  Our nurse can provide any testing necessary before a
client is placed on psychotropic medications.


In the Fall of the year 2000, we launched the first bi-lingual and
bi-cultural Latino Youth Prevention Program in the State of Georgia.  
Since then, we have developed a Latino Youth Prevention Program for
boys and a Latina Youth Prevention Program for girls that we currently
deliver in four counties to over 350 Latino youth.  Our programs are
delivered both at the schools we serve after school hours and at our
Norcross office on Saturdays.

Our programs utilize components of Latino Programs developed by the
Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA),
cultural components and an alternative recreational component.


CETPA is dedicated to educating our community about the myths and
realities of substance abuse and the common misunderstanding of
mental illness. We have criss-crossed the state providing free community
education seminars and continue to do so as part of our outreach
program.  To schedule your seminar, please contact us at
pmancini@cetpa.org or call (770) 662-0249.
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