View Point Health Covid-19 Updates:

View Point Health will list client information regarding program/center closings, etc. here.
Individuals can access the same information by calling  the View Point Health Adverse Weather/Emergency Closing line at (678) 209-2370
Click here for the President’s Coronavirus Guidelines for America


During this public health emergency we ask all clients to try to stay home and limit public interactions.

If you have a fever, cold, cough or flu-like symptoms, do not come into the clinic and risk exposing yourself (and others) to more potential viruses. We can now offer many of our services including medication refill with prescription home delivery virtually right into your home. Please call 678-209-2411 (Spanish: 470-559-8235) to ask about changing your appointment to a telehealth appointment.


Please do not come into the clinic. We can provide information and conduct an assessment over the phone or by using video conferencing while you remain in the safety of your own home. Please call 678-209-2411 (Spanish: 470-559-8235) to schedule a virtual intake.

UPDATES FOR 4/4/2020 THROUGH 4/10/2020

Outpatient Centers – Are open during regular business hours. However, therapy groups, including C&A Seven Challenges are cancelled.

NEW!! Some of our clinicians & medication providers can now provide virtual appointments including individual therapy, assessments and medication appointments.   Please call 678-209-2411 (Spanish:470-559-8235) to see if your appointments can be changed to a virtual visit.

The following programs will be closed with no activities or transportation from Saturday, 4/4/2020 through Friday, 4/10/2020:

    • Clubhouse programs: Mixtura- Prevention, The N.E.S.T, Strive Clubhouse, Dream’rs, and The Recovery Support Clubhouse
    • Day programs: Beacon Place/Five Points, New Rock, Independent Enterprises, and Supported Employment

Court Services:

VPH Newton Drug Court Program

 Groups will be held via Telehealth until further notice. If you have any questions, please contact a member of the treatment team.

VPH Rockdale Drug, DUI, and Family  Court Programs

 All normally scheduled Court Groups will be held via Telehealth until further notice. Saturday Drug Court Group resumes on April 4, 2020. If you have any questions, please contact your counselor.

VPH Rockdale Resource Court Program

Rockdale Resource Court will be having groups via Telehealth as follows:

Dual Diagnosis group on Tuesday’s from 10:00-11:30

MRT group (for those already in it) on Wednesday’s from 10:00-11:30

If you have any questions about groups please contact Resource Court staff for assistance

 VPH Newton Resource Court and Veterans Treatment Court Programs

All outpatient center groups are cancelled. Individual counseling services will be provided via telehealth. Court staff will advise about any changes to treatment you are to follow. Contact court staff with any questions or concerns.

VPH Gwinnett DUI and Drug Court Groups

 The normally scheduled evening groups at the Community Courts Office will be held via Telehealth until further notice. Saturday Drug Court Groups resume on April 4, 2020. If you have any questions, please contact your counselor.

Gwinnett Mental Health Court

Groups will be provided via Telehealth for all Mental Health Court individuals. Your counselors have already been in touch with you about how to access group via telehealth. If you have any questions, please contact your counselor.

Below are details on the specific groups.

MRT – Monday’s 1-2(this is only for individuals who are actively in MRT)

Phase 1&2 group – Tuesday’s 10-11:30

Phase 3&4 group – Tuesday’s 2-3:30

Gwinnett Veterans Treatment Court and Veterans Intervention Program

A Telehealth group will be held on Tuesday’s 3:30-5.

Your counselors have already been in touch with you about how to access group via telehealth. If you have any questions, please contact your counselor.

Drug screens will continue as usual for Gwinnett Accountability Courts. Participants will need to call in each day to see if they have a screen

VPH Court Services Assessments

 Please call (678) 209-2505 to schedule an assessment.

Be responsible and do your part to slow the spread of the Coronavirus

    • Stay home when possible to limit public interactions.
    • Practice Social Distancing.
    • Stay home and isolate if you have any symptoms of fever, cough or shortness of breath.
    • Wash your hands with soap and water often, especially after touching any frequently used item or surface.
    • Sneeze or cough into a tissue and throw it away.
    • Disinfect frequently used items and surfaces.

We understand this is a challenging time for all of us. Please know that the measures you take will help bring this pandemic to an end. We can all get through this together… We Believe In Recovery!

In response to the recommended practice of social distancing and self isolation to prevent the spread of COVID-19,
Navigate Recovery is now offering recovery support remotely

Online All Recovery Meetings

UPDATE: All Recovery On-Line Access Info NEW meeting link and phone number!

All Recovery meetings are Monday thru Saturday at the following times:

All Recovery On-Line @ Noon

NEW MEETING PHONE IN: +1 216-505-9847 PIN: ‪838 453 275#

All Recovery On-line @ 7:30 PM

NEW MEETING PHONE IN: +1 937-368-7282 PIN: ‪410 989 000#

Georgia’s Peer2Peer Warm Lines Are Open!

Georgia’s Peer2Peer Warm Line plans to continue 24/7 operation through this time. Even where services are able to continue without interruption, there are likely going to be behavioral health service consumers who are at-risk for the Coronavirus who choose not to visit service providers, and the Warm Line is an option for them to stay connected and receive support. Warm Line calls are answered by Georgia Certified Peer Specialists and is funded by DBHDD.

The Peer2Peer Warm Line toll-free number is 888-945-1414.

More information can be found by clicking here.


A Total Care Perspective

We are a community behavioral health center utilizing a team of psychiatrists, nurses, licensed counselors and social workers, as well as other professionals to provide services to individuals who need treatment and support to cope with mental illness, substance abuse, and intellectual and developmental disabilities. View Point Health serves uninsured, underinsured, low-income Medicaid, Medicare, war veterans and some private insurance across multiple locations with a full continuum of behavioral health services and supports. The services provided by View Point Health contribute to the reduction in homelessness, reduction in crime and subsequent incarcerations, higher graduation rates, lower dropout rates, decreased ER visits and decreased inpatient admissions.

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Intellectual Developmental Disabilities

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Substance Use Disorder

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