VALDOSTA, GA – Behavioral Health Services of South Georgia has opened a new clinic in Valdosta.
The Behavioral Health Crisis Center is located at 3116 North Oak Street Extension and is part of the Behavioral Health Services of South Georgia. The center is for Valdosta residents seeking behavioral health issues treatment. The Behavioral Health Crisis Center offers treatment for issues such as mental health, while also allowing patients the convenience of being close to home, family, and friends.
The facility benefits Valdosta both economically and medically. Commissioner Frank Berry said the center “represents about $5 million of economic development to this community.” The health center was built at its current location due to the close proximity to South Georgia Medical Center and other medical facilities.