Sage Center Polices & Office Hours

Sage Center Polices

Office Hours and Service Fees

► Sage Center is available to schedule appointments weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. and limited weekend hours. Call 404-419-6221 for current fee schedule

► Sage Center may provide premium appointments outside of normal scheduling for a variable fee structure that can be discussed upon personal inquiry.

► Sage Center accepts cash, check and money orders. Some therapists may accept credit cards. Please check with your therapist regarding their accepted methods of payment and payment policy.

► Sage Center does not provide services under any insurance or managed care plans, but will gladly provide a receipt that you may file for any third-party reimbursement that may be available to you. Sage Center encourages you to be aware of reasons

many therapists no longer accept private insurance.

Appointment Cancellations:

The fee for missing an appointment or cancelling with less than 24 hours notice is the fee of session.


Sage Center is not equipped to provide 24 hours emergency service. In the event that you experience a mental health crisis and you cannot reach your therapist by phone you will need to contact the Georgia Crisis and Access line at 800-715-4225 or National Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255 (TALK). If, at any time, you are experiencing a life-threatening crisis, call 911 for emergency. Sage Center therapists are available via telephone and voice mail; messages are retrieved and returned within 48 business hours. Messages left on Fridays are returned on the following Monday.


Sage Center will not release information that identifies you to anyone without your written permission. Exceptions include:

► Sage Center will release information necessary to warn or protect a person in imminent danger of being physically harmed.

► Sage Center will release to a court of law information required by court order.

► Sage Center will inform the Department of Family and Children Services about the possibility that a minor is being abused or neglected.

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