The Recovery Support Clubhouse  is a place where adolescents (ages 13 - 17) can spend their out of school time learning the tools, coping skills, and socialization strategies   to keep them safe and drug free.  It is located in a neighborhood setting that fosters pride in community.   The facility is located at 1480 Delowe Drive, SW, Atlanta, GA 30311.   Transportation is provided.

Services are offered in a group setting and include but are not limited to substance abuse prevention education, behavioral health psycho-education, life skills, and daily living skills (cooking, budgeting, time management decision making, health and wellness) and Prosocial Activities that include outings, guest speakers, family events, and community service projects.   The yout participate in life skills groups, social outings, educational supports, career development/exploration, and other activities that teach them how to maintain a healthy and sober lifestyle.   Youth are connected to resources that will empower them to make informed decisions about their recovery.

Activities include: Health and wellness, nutrition education, sporting events, video games, pool table, foosball, and other activities to encourage and develop healthy interests other than substance use.   Youth have access to a computer lab, homework assistance, and customized employment preparation.   Parents are welcome to participate in field trips, community service projects, and monthly family dinners.    


  • Youth/Peer/Family led group activities
  • Upon completion of the program, participants are encouraged to share their experiences with their peers through Positive Peer Mentoring
  • Education groups for parents


  • Akua Davis, LCSW, Program Director, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .   (404) 612-7115
  • Kevin Larkins, LAPC, Therapist, (404) 612-7113
  • Jessyca Hayward, MSW, Case Manager, (404) 612-7114
  • Vanessa Pablo, BA, Family Engagement Case Manager, (404) 612-7116

To schedule an appointment for an assessment to be considered for admission to The Clubhouse, please contact the following individuals at the Intake Unit at the Oak Hill Child, Adolescent & Family Center:

  • Reva McBride, (404) 612-7480
  • Ingrid Brantley, (404) 612-4111, ext. 1