Speech/ Occupational/ Physical Therapy Resources

Center for New Beginnings only offers ABA and IIT therapy services, however, we do partner with other entities who offer Speech, Occupational and Physical Therapies in the main clinic. To get on their waitlist, please contact them using the information below:

NamePhone NumberLink to Website/Facebook
CSRA Therapy Services, Inc.(706) 592-5565CSRA Therapy Facebook Page
Step by Step Pediatric Therapy, LLC(706) 466-7006Step by Step Pediatrics Facebook Page
For information and forms, please call companies directly.

Diagnostic Resources

Below is a list of several clinical offices for diagnosticians in the surrounding areas. Center for New Beginnings does not diagnosis for autism nor provide any form of psychological evaluations.

Clinic NameAddressPhone Number(s)/
Email
Website
Augusta Developmental Specialist1303 D’Antignac Street, Suite 2100, Augusta, GA 30901Office: 706.396.0600
Fax: 706.396.0606
https://www.augustadevelopmentalspecialists.com
Families Forward, LLC3506 Professional Cir, Augusta, GA 30907Office: 706.210.8855
Fax: 678.541.7699
referrals@familiesforward.co
http://www.familiesforward.co/
Behavioral Pediatrics of Rural Georgia406 Savannah Ave, Statesboro, GA 30458Office: 912.489.4379
Fax: 912.681.4379
https://www.doctorzeanah.com/
Transitions of Augusta103 Rossmore Place ~ Augusta, GA 30909Office: 706.364.7165
Fax: 706.869.7600
https://transitionsofaugusta.com/
Marcus Autism Center1920 Briarcliff Road,Atlanta, GA 30329Main:  404.785.9400
Feeding Program:  404.785.9493
Outreach programs:  404.785.9350
Research:  404.785.7600
https://www.marcus.org/
This is not an exhaustive list. For questions regarding diagnosis information and resources, please contact our main office and we will do our best to guide you. Center for New Beginnings does not provide diagnostic evaluations.

Resources for Families

United Way

By dialing 2-1-1 you can access numerous resources through the CSRA United Way such as but not limited to the following: 

  • Basic Human Needs (Food Banks,Clothing Closets,Shelters,Rent/Utility Assistance)
  • Physical & Mental Health (Health Insurance Programs,Maternal Health,Crisis Services,Support Groups,Drug/Alcohol Rehabilitation)
  • Employment Support (Financial Assistance,Job Training, Transportation Assistance,Workshops)
  • Elderly & Disabled Support (Adult Daycare,Congregate Meals,Meals on Wheels,Respite Care,Transportation,Homemaker Services)
  • Children,Youth & Family Support (Childcare,After School Programs,Protective Services, Family Resource Centers, Summer Camps, Mentor & Tutoring)
  • Volunteer Opportunities & Donations (Community Service Projects,Group Projects,Collection Drive Donations,Donations of Services or Products)

Community Service Board of Middle Georgia

Community Service Board of Middle Georgia (formally known as Ogeechee Behavioral Health) Behavioral Healthcare is now offering:

292 West 4th St. Waynesboro, GA  Ph: (706)437-6863

Open Access 

Tuesday & Thursday 

Registration is from 7:30AM-11:30AM

Please bring picture ID and insurance card (if applicable).

Georgia APEX Program

Georgia APEX Program is helping students get their behavioral health needs met without losing vital education time.  Here is a list of some services the program provides: 

  • In-school Therapy
  • In-school Case Management Social & Interpersonal Skills Bldg Groups Transportation if needed
  • Resources & Referrals
  • Case Management in the home and much more

For more information please contact 706-437-6857

Parent 2 Parent of GA

Parent 2 Parent of GA https://www.p2pga.org/ Parent to Parent of Georgia offers a variety of services to Georgia families impacted by disabilities or special healthcare needs.

The RECing Crew

The RECing Crew offers leisure and recreational activities designed for 6 year olds and up and geared towards all abilities. They have a wide variety of events throughout the year. For more information, please visit: https://therecingcrew.com/.