Welcome to Willow Oak Community Behavioral Health Center

Welcome to Willow Oak Community Behavioral Health Center, Inc., also known as Willow Oak Center or Willow Oak CBHC.  We hope this website is a useful tool in learning why Willow Oak Community Behavioral Health Center, Inc. plays a vital role in meeting the needs of those in our community. On this site, you will find information regarding our mission, vision, and services. Explore our site and contact us to learn more about our services and to make an appointment. We here at Willow Oak Community Behavioral Health Center, Inc. will provide more than support and resources, we will be here to help you at every step on your journey to recovery.

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Willow Oak Center is licensed by Georgia Department of Community Health as a Preferred Provider of ASAM level II .I Intensive Drug Abuse Treatment and Education Program.

State of Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities contracted provider providing Children and Adolescents Intensive Family Intervention; Children and Adolescents CORE services; Adult CORE services and ASAM level II.I Intensive Outpatient Drug Abuse Treatment and Education Program for Adults, Adolescents and Children.

Insurances Accepted: Georgia Medicaid, Georgia Medicaid CMO’s-Amerigroup, CareSource, WellCare, Peachstate.

Region Served: 1,3, and 6.

Counties served:
Georgia Counties Service, Carroll, Fayette, Pike, Clayton, Fulton, Spalding, Coweta, Heard, Troup, Douglas, Meriwether

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