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5301 Snapfinger Park Drive, Decatur GA 30035

One block north on the Panola Road exit off I-20. Click here for a map of our location 

Mental Health Emergency?

Mental health emergencies, please call the Georgia Crisis and Access Line, available 24/7.

Georgia Crisis and Access Line

http://www.mygcal.com/

1-800-715-4225

G.R.E.A.T D.A.Y., Inc. (Georgia Resources: Education, Advocacy and Treatment for Deaf Adults and Youth) was founded by counselors as a private agency in Decatur, GA in 2001. Since that time, we have helped hundreds of clients with behavioral health counseling and vocational rehabilitation services. Our clients are mostly Georgians who are deaf, hard of hearing, late deaf, and deaf-blind, or have other disabilities. We provide a range of services in our work with adults, youth and their families.

Our Mission

To encourage healthy living by providing behavioral health and vocational services, resources, education, advocacy, and referrals treatment for deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing and late deafened adults, youth and their families.

Our Vision

We help deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing and late deafened Georgians and their families' lead healthier, happier lives by providing caring and ethical services.

We have effective relationships with many agencies

  • Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation
  • GVRA
  • DeKalb Community Services Board
  • Dept of /DOE and School Systems
  • Dept of Family and Children’s Services/DFACS
  • GA Dept. of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities/DBHDD
  • Dept of Corrections / Dept of Juvenile Justice
  • Employee Assistance Programs
  • And many others agencies.

In Memoriam: Alexis Whalen was a founding member of Great Day. Her energy, enthusiasm and ready laughter were always contagious. Without her vision and motivation there would be no Great Day. As a skilled and committed licensed clinical counselor, Ms. Whalen made a positive impact with her loving energy on the many adults, children, adolescents and their families with whom she worked and on those she came in contact with. She passed away too soon at the age of 42, after a long illness, on January 1, 2009, and leaves behind her husband and young children, Oscar and Sophie. She is loved and sorely missed.