Henry County

Restoring a
Higher Quality
of Life.

Healing–Body, Mind, and Spirit

Welcome to DNM Health

Located in McDonough, Georgia, DNM Health Services’ mission is to promote and assist in restoring a higher quality of life by providing alternative methods of treatment to individuals in Henry County suffering from the disease of addiction and other mental health illnesses.

We will utilize various medical interventions and clinical strategies to assist individuals in restoring their minds, body, and ability to be functional members of society. 



What DNM Offers

DNM Health is here to help you every step of the way on your journey to recovery. Contact us today to get started!


Our counselors will work with you one-on-one to understand your unique situation and develop a treatment plan that is tailored just for you.



We understand that addiction and other mental illnesses affect not just the individual, but also the entire family. We offer family therapy to help heal the relationships that have been damaged by addiction and other mental illnesses. 

DNM Health Services - Mental Health Support in McDonough, Georgia


We offer weekly group meetings where you can share your experiences and connect with others who are going through similar situations.


Children navigating the complexities of a parent’s addiction find a sanctuary of support and healing at DNM Health Services. Our compassionate professionals provide therapy designed to foster resilience, understanding, and emotional well-being in young lives touched by addiction.

Conditions We Address

Medication Treatment

Anxiety Treatment

Anger Management

Child & Adolescent

Couples Counseling


Depression Treatment

Suboxone Treatment

Addiction Treatment

“If you are afraid to take a chance, take one anyway. What you don’t do can create the same regrets as the mistakes you make.” ― Iyanla Vanzant

   Ready to Get Started?

Our 3 Step Process


Our counselors will meet with you to evaluate your situation and determine if our program is right for you. 


Once you are enrolled in one of our programs, you will begin meeting with your counselor on a regular basis to work on your individualized treatment plan.


We will work with you to develop a plan for your continued recovery after you complete our program. This may include things like finding a sober living home or getting involved in a 12-step program.