Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” MCS stands in support of racial equity and is committed to listening and learning how we can be powerful change agents in the face of injustice. The current events and riots, coupled with the COVID-19 virus, have definitely rocked not only our city, but our nation. We know this is an emotional, anxious and uncertain time for all. We are all searching for a better way forward.
MCS is providing services using secure, HIPPA-compliant telehealth services, and we invite you to call our offices to inquire about beginning care with us. Additionally, generous gifts from Atlanta’s philanthropic community allow us to help clients continue care even if they’ve become unemployed. We are tremendously grateful for this thoughtful support.
If ever there was a time to tend to our mental health, it is now. Our team of dedicated clinicians can help you through this challenging time. We are in this together. You are not alone.
As always, we are honored to be in partnership with you to create a healthier Atlanta.