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We are assisting in the creation of mentally healthy, resilient communities through equitable, preventive, and supportive counseling; education; research; and advocacy.

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About MMHM

According to Mental Health America, Georgia is number 51 for access to mental health care in America.

The aim of this program is to address the access issue in our community. Our goal is to firmly place Macon as a leader in addressing this issue. Inability to pay for this care should not be a barrier to obtaining access to care.

The Macon Mental Health Matters (MMHM) initiative services include mental health counseling for both individuals and families, financial counseling, conflict resolution, non-traditional mental health activities (yoga, pop-up gyms, training, parenting/IECMH, etc.) 

Our Reach

Zipcodes

HOURS OF COUNSELING AND PSYCHOEDUCATION

Locations

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1742.5

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Our Initiatives

Learn more about the various initiatives that we have launched.

Mental Wellness Services
Practical Mental Health
Community Resources
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Creative Office
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A Multidisciplinary team of representatives that meets monthly to address mental health wellness in Macon-Bibb County

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When you donate to Macon Mental Health Matters, you are donating  to a mission dedicated to the advancement of a more mentally healthy community. 

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Elegant Leather Cases

The Southern Center for Choice Theory (S.C.C.T.) provides clients with the most effective care available. We invite our customers to choose a Quality Life! And all that means for them individually. This organization was formed in October of 2010, but, the members have been in the community providing services for more than 10 years.

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About Southern Center for Choice Theory