Welcome to Clayton Center Community Service Board!!
The Clayton Center provides services that minimize the impact of mental illness, developmental disabilities and substance abuse in the lives of persons served and their families while supporting their inclusion in the community.
Clayton Center Community Service Board was established in 1971 as one of the first three community programs in Georgia. Since July 1994, the Center has operated under the authority of the Clayton Community Service Board. Consumer-driven services are provided for people with issues stemming from mental illness, addictive diseases and/or developmental disabilities, and for children with emotional and/or developmental delays. Services, which are tailored to meet the needs of individuals and their families, are provided at five primary locations and in numerous residential settings.