Trauma Recovery Care

Trauma Recovery Center

We see a lot of injuries in our Marcus Trauma and Emergency Center. We know from a lot of research that someone is at a high risk of being injured again after a traumatic event. We also know that all the factors that may have put you at risk of being injured today will still be there when you leave the hospital. And most things that put you at risk aren’t entirely in your control or easy to change.

So, if you’ve experienced:

  • Domestic Violence
  • Firearm Violence
  • Human Sex Trafficking
  • Sexual Assault

We want to help. Grady’s Trauma Recovery Center can connect you with the services you need like:

  • Access to Primary Medical Care
  • Assistance with Finding Emergency, Safe Housing
  • Case Management and Assertive Outreach
  • Individual and Group Psychotherapy
  • Legal and Financial Assistance and Advocacy
  • Medication Management and Support
  • Self-Care Education and Emphasis

If there are changes you think could help you be safer, we want to help. For more information, email us at [email protected].

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Other Resources

If you are not yet ready for help or are looking for more resources, we hope this list is helpful. Again, we’re here if you need us. Email us at [email protected].

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Behavioral / Mental Health Care

There are three ways to access Grady Behavioral Health assistance:

Emergency/Crisis Services
Individuals experiencing urgent behavioral health issues may seek help at Grady’s Emergency Department, which has around-the-clock behavioral health staff. The emergency department is located at 80 Jesse Hill Jr. Drive, SE.

Georgia Crisis and Access Line (GCAL)
If you are experiencing a behavioral crisis, call the Georgia Crisis and Access Line at 800-715-4225. Staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, GCAL can help you find the resources you need and help you schedule an outpatient appointment. The next available appointment may be at a provider other than Grady.

Outpatient Services
Individuals who need non-acute care are welcome to walk in and request a consultation at Grady’s Behavioral Health Outpatient Center at 10 Park Place NE from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Domestic Violence Resources
  • 24-hour Georgia Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-33-HAVEN (1-800-334-2836) (llamadas son 24 horas al dia, interpretes de lenguaje son disponible)
  • Tahiri Justice Center: (470) 481-4700
  • Tapestri: (404) 299-2185
  • Raksha: (866) 725-7423 or (404) 876-0670
  • Caminar Latino: (404) 413-6348
  • New American Pathways: (404) 299-6099
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