Community Support Resources

9-8-8 National Suicide Prevention Line

This is a direct line to trained National Suicide Prevention Lifeline counselors for those seeking the help they need in times of a mental health crisis.

Al-Anon: One Day at a Time Roswell

This is an Al-Anon Family group for anyone who has been impacted by someone else’s drinking. This is a safe space that meets on Thursdays at Noon in Room 5 at St. Peter Chanel. Questions contact [email protected].

Alcoholics Anonymous

Located at 8111 Roswell Rd. in Sandy Springs. The 8111 location provides AA and Al-Anon meetings throughout the day from 6:15a to 10:00p.


Georgia Al-Anon

Provides support to those affected by someone else’s drinking. Call 404-687-0467 or contact us for meeting info at this web address:

Alcoholics Anonymous (For the alcoholic or problem drinker)

In Georgia, call 404-525-3178 anytime of day or night to reach A.A. volunteers for help or for information on A.A. meetings and programs. There are over 1,100 A.A. meetings each week in Atlanta.

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Alzheimer's Support

This group meets at Brookdale Senior Living at 655 Mansell Rd. in Roswell. Call for information: 770-643-9433

Gamblers Anonymous

This group meets at Wellstar North Fulton Hospital at 6:30p on Wednesdays in Classroom "C". Contact David with questions at 770-862-2564.

Overeaters Anonymous

This group meets at various locations in the greater Atlanta area and deals with compulsive eating disorders, including obesity, anorexia and bulimia.

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Domestic Violence

Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence (GCADV) Visit or call their hotline for Georgia: (404) 209-0280 or 1-800-334-2836
More information about Catholic marriage and domestic violence can be found at
National Domestic Violence Hotline or -800-799-SAFE (1-800-799-7233)
Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV) -
Domestic Violence Awareness Project -
"Love is Respect" - a hotline and website with information for teenagers that may be in abusive dating relationships or for family and friends who want to help them. or 1-866-331-9474
For Parents and Their Children - to help parents figure out solutions to parenting problems, parents who are worried they may harm their child, children who are fearful of being harmed by a family member or caretaker.

Mental Health

Georgia Crisis and Access Line is a 24/7 hotline for accessing Mental Health Services in Georgia. Call 1-800-715-4225.

PATH (Post Abortion Treatment & Healing)
Life-Giving Wounds

This is a Catholic peer-led ministry to help young adults and adults with divorced and separated parents give voice to their pain and find deep spiritual healing.


Rehab Treatment Resources
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