Do I need a referral to receive services at your clinic?
Although we accept referrals from physicians, teachers, physiatrists, orthodontists and other professionals, a referral is not necessary.
With whom will I work?
Services are provided by students under the direct supervision of certified and licensed clinical supervisors.
Additionally, all education programs are accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). The school counseling and community counseling programs in the Department of Counseling and Educational Psychology hold national accreditation from the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). The Speech-Language Pathology program holds national accreditation from the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA) in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology of the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association (ASHA).
What is the cost?
Minimum fees for services are charged to offset operational costs and are significantly lower than the fees currently being charged by the private sector. You should receive notice of your fees before services are provided. We accept payment by check or cash. Fees are due by midterm of each semester. Clients will not be scheduled for services with an outstanding balance. Clients with limited payment sources may apply for supplemental scholarships. Applications for the CCC Scholarships are available at the front desk. Please, contact the CCC for more information.
Are services confidential?
Every effort is made to insure the confidentiality of information on your case. The clinic faculty and students will comply with the Privacy Regulations by HIPAA and FERPA regarding use and disclosure of your health information and/or educational record. You will be given a Privacy Notice, which includes your rights and our responsibilities for maintaining your protected health information.
Therapy sessions may be observed by a client’s family members, supervisors, or students in the designated programs if adequate space for viewing is available and upon supervisor approval. Observations are confidential, and information may not be discussed with others who are not part of the treatment or diagnostic team. Due to Privacy regulations in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), outside individuals must have written authorization from the client or client’s guardian to observe.
Where are you located?
The Comprehensive Community Clinic is located at the UWG West Entrance off of Maple Street in Carrollton, Georgia. Public parking is available in the Tyus Hall parking lot located across the street from the Education Center. The CCC is housed on the 2nd floor of the Education Annex (directly behind the Pre-K Building) in Suite 264. Parking permits are issued at the first appointment of each semester.
The Early Intervention Speech Clinic at Murphy Campus is located at WGTC – Murphy Campus, 176 Murphy Campus Blvd., Waco, Georgia. Parking is available in the front circle drive. The CCC Speech Clinic is housed on the 1st floor in the Murphy Building behind the Welcome Center. Parking permits are not required.
The Communication Sciences & Disorders Lab is located at UWG’s Newnan campus, 80 Jackson St, Newnan, GA 30263. The CSD Lab is located on the first floor of the building in room 104. Visitor parking is available in the front parking lot.
What are your hours?
The University of West Georgia Comprehensive Community Clinic follows the University calendar for scheduled therapy/tutoring sessions. The clinic is in session only when classes are being held. Services are typically not offered in the months of May and December.
General operating hours are from 9am-5pm, Monday through Thursday and 9am-3pm on Friday. The CCC also remains open from 5:00pm to 7:30pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays for scheduled literacy and math tutoring sessions during fall and spring semesters.
The CCC at Murphy Campus is open Monday through Thursday mornings. Appointments are required for services.