Life Always Offers You A Second Chance!

Its Called Today!

About Us

Who We Are
The Douglas County Community Services Board (DCCSB) is the quasi-governmental agency that plans, organizes and provides services for people in our community who have mental illness, substance use disorders, and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities. We are one of 27 Community Services Boards Georgia. State law requires every Region to have a CSB. We operate as a contracted agent of the state to provide these services. Our staff and contracted service providers include, but are not limited to, psychiatrists, registered nurses, client support workers, counselors, therapists, case managers, peer specialists, and administrative staff. We partner with community organizations, faith communities, businesses, schools and other local governmental agencies in many ways to provide the service needed.

CSB Vision (Where We Expect to Be)
Everyone in our community has access to the supports and services needed to live a fulfilling life.
CSB Mission (What we are doing)
Providing and coordinating a system of community-based services and supports for adults, children and families of our region, Douglas County and the cities of Douglasville, Lithia Springs and Villa Rica who are in need of support coping with intellectual/developmental disabilities, serious emotional disturbance, substance use disorders and mental health concerns.
CSB Values (What we believe)
Respect for all we serve. Quality in the services we provide.Accountability in all that we do.


Crisis Information

Georgia Crisis and Access Line (GCAL)

Access to Crisis Services For immediate access to routine or crisis services, please call the Georgia Crisis and Access Line (GCAL) at 1-800-715-4225.

Learn More

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (English, & Spanish)

We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. 1-800-273-8255

National Domestic Violence Hotline (English & Spanish)

At the National Domestic Violence Hotline, our highly trained expert advocates are available 24/7 to talk confidentially with anyone in the United States who is experiencing domestic violence, seeking resources or information, or questioning unhealthy aspects of their relationship. The Hotline advocates assist victims, and anyone calling on their behalf, by providing crisis intervention, safety planning and referrals to local service providers. 1-800-799-7233

Elderly Abuse

Adult Protective Services (APS) is the state entity charged with investigating all reports of abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation of older persons (65+) or an adult (18+) with a disability who do not reside in long-term care facilities pursuant to the Disabled Adults and Elder Persons Protection Act Phone: 404.657.5258 Fax: 404.657.5285 Toll-Free: 866-552-4464

One Day At A Time

Stomp the Stigma

Exposure to Brutality Causing Trauma to Minority Communities

Coping With Substance Use Disorder

Domestic Violence and a Pandemic

Community Resources

Douglas County Parental Accountability Court Program

The Parental Accountability Court Program seeks to remove the underlying issues that cause noncustodial parents to become chronic non-payers of child support. Through judicial oversight, Parental Accountability Court assists to transition non-custodial parents with barriers to self-sufficiency through parent accountability, employment and education.

Learn More

Cobb and Douglas Public Health Department

Cobb & Douglas Public Health offers a wide-range of exceptional, cost-effective health services for both adults and children. The doctors, nurses, technicians and educators on our teams are some of the most caring and respected in their fields, striving daily to lead others and raise the bar for compassion, confidentiality, professionalism and attentive customer care. In addition to our on-site clinical offerings, we also offer an extensive referral network to guide clients to any additional medical or social services needed.

Outpatient Hand Book

Learn More

DCCSB Board of Directors & Leadership Team

Dr. Charles Crayton

DCCS Board Chairman

Dr. Romona Jackson Jones

Chairman of Douglas County Board of Commissioners

Rochelle Robinson

Mayor of Douglasville


Trent North

Superintendent Douglas County Schools Board Member

Faymarie Landers

Federal Mediator Board Member

QueenEsther Martin

School Teacher (Retired) Board Member

Raye Lightford

DCCSB Director of Operations

Paul Ascari

Chief Financial Officer

Brittney Campbell

Corporate Compliance Officer

Dr. Edward Ajayi

Medical Director

D.Renee Smith

Clinical Director

Patricia Henry

Director of Finance

Rod Nelson

IT Systems Administrator

Dr. Nabila Haque

Director of Child & Family Treatment Services

Teresa Lane APRN

Director of Nursing

Ashley Perry

Director of Addiction Recovery Services

Twanda Dunlap-Jones

I/DD Services Manager

Online Referral

Here you can add additional text to display next to the custom form. You can add information about the form and add specific notes when filling out the form. Here you can add additional text to display next to the custom form. You can add information about the form and add specific notes when filling out the form.

Reports & Statistics

Outpatient Clients Seen By Gender

Clients Served by Self Identified Gender

Learn More

All Clients Seen By Marital Status

Look At our Clients by Relationship Status, married, divorced, single etc.

Learn More

Clients Served By Demographics

Break Down of Self-Identified Race Served

Learn More

Clients Seen By Zip Code

County Wide Analysis of Clients Served

Learn More

Statewide Supported Employment Programatic Reports

Clients Served through Supported Employment Services

Learn More

Audited Financials

Fiscal Year closed Financial Report Audited by a 3rd Party.

Learn More

Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities Census

Look By Age Race and Gender who we Serve in our I/DD programs

Learn More

Mental Health Information