If Interested in Peer Services Support, Call 478-275-6850.

Certified Peer Specialist Parents & Youth

Certified Peer Specialist Parents (CPS-P) are parents who have navigated the behavioral healthcare system with their child(ren). These parents understand what you are going through and are ready to support you and your family on your journey.

Certified Peer Specialist Youth (CPS-Y) are young adults who understand what your child is currently experiencing because they have also navigated the behavioral health system. CPS-Ys are available to walk alongside your child on their path toward healing.

SOAR Clubhouse

Supporting Opportunities, Achievements, & Resiliency

SOAR is a peer-led, family-driven specialty program for children, youth, and young adults ages 5-21 that supports connection and friendship with other members in a fun, safe environment. SOAR is available to youth in Bleckley, Dodge, Johnson, Laurens, and Treutlen Counties.


SOAR aims to strengthen your child’s connection in the community. SOAR peers introduce tools, resources, and skills that improve school performances and help members explore future career opportunities based on their strengths.

SOAR Clubhouse activities promote:

  • Character building
  • Educational and vocational development
  • Free transportation to and from the program
  • Fun and educational outings
  • Interpersonal skill enhancement
  • Peer support
  • Practical skill development
  • Social connections
  • Tutoring assistance
  • Volunteer and outreach opportunities

Member Benefits

SOAR members receive benefits that include but are not limited to:

  • Educational lessons
  • Free transportation to and from the program
  • Fun and educational outings
  • Tutoring assistance

SOAR Brochure

HUB & The Den

HUB (Helping YoUth Belong) and the Den are peer-led support groups for youth and emerging adults ages 16-30 that assist members on the journey to adulthood. Many young people face challenges and obstacles during this transitional time. HUB and the Den provide support in a fun, safe environment.

Why HUB & The Den?

HUB and the Den focus on peer advocacy and helping young adults find their voices. We support young people who could use an extra hand in becoming adults. Whether you need help learning to manage emotions, improve communication skills, or complete the responsibilities of adulthood, our groups provide guidance and assistance. Both HUB and the DEN provide a one-stop-shop to receive all outpatient services, including physician services.

Youth and emerging adults can receive beneficial guidance as they pursue:

  • Applying to college
  • Building character
  • Finding housing
  • Fun and educational outings
  • Graduating high school
  • Making social connections
  • Managing finances
  • Obtaining a GED
  • Searching for jobs
  • Volunteer and outreach opportunities

The Den Brochure

M.O.S.A.I.C.—Mentoring Optimism, Self-Advocacy, and Interpersonal Cultivation

Similar to HUB and the Den, M.O.S.A.I.C. is a peer-led support group in Emanuel County for teens and young adults ages 16-30 living with mental health disorders. This group provides support and community to those transitioning into adulthood, helping youth gain the skills, resources, and tools to achieve their goals, enhance their independence, and live life to their fullest potential.

Why M.O.S.A.I.C?

The transition from youth to adulthood can be confusing, complicated, and difficult. Sometimes, young people need a supportive community of peers and adults to guide them along their journey. Through peer-selected recreational activities, group outings, and beneficial behavioral health services, M.O.S.A.I.C. participants can step into their next chapter with new skills and greater confidence.

M.O.S.A.I.C. services include:

  • Community-based services
  • Culturally diverse activities
  • Educational linkage
  • Family advocacy and family skills building
  • In-home case management
  • Job skills training
  • Peer support group services
  • Resources and referral services
  • Social and interpersonal skills building
  • Suicide prevention education
  • Supportive employment
  • Therapy services
  • Transportation assistance
  • Volunteer opportunities

M.O.S.A.I.C. Brochure

How to Get Started

Young individuals interested in our peer services and programs can access them after undergoing an intake process. Contact our Children, Youth, and Young Adult Services in Dublin, GA, to get started. Appointments and walk-ins are accepted.

Children, Youth, and Young Adult Services  

Building 13
2121 Bellevue Road
Dublin, GA 31021

Call 478-275-6850 to Get Started.

Payment for Service


We accept most forms of insurance, including:

  • Amerigroup
  • CareSource
  • Centene/Peach State
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Private/commercial insurance
  • Uninsured

Sliding Fee Scale for Young Adults 18 and Over

We serve all individuals regardless of ability to pay and offer a sliding fee scale to the uninsured or underinsured. Fees are determined by income or family size.

To qualify, please bring proof of guardianship and ONE of the following to your appointment:

  • Wage statement from Department of Labor
  • Two most recent pay stubs
  • Documentation from Social Security
  • Official documentation regarding wages or inability to work
  • Proof of guardianship

*Please note that payment or co-payment is expected at the time of service. Refusal to provide financial information or required payments may result in a disruption of services. If you are having trouble making payments contact us to work with you on a case-by-case basis.

If you are under the age of 18, please speak to a treatment engagement specialist to see how we can serve you.

Additional Children, Youth, and Young Adult Services

Additional Services