"When I was first introduced to Unison, I did not want to come. It felt as a waste of time because I saw myself as “I am who I am”. I was sentenced to come here by the court system and thank God I was. My year here has proved to help me become someone I wasn’t before. I learned to be a citizen and not a menace. At Unison they change lives and I’m one of those lives."
“Because Unison didn’t give up on me, I have been clean and sober for over five years, my marriage is stronger and better than it has ever been, both of my children are at home with me and I am a mom, I am a dedicated employee, friend, and daughter. Thank you Unison Behavioral Health!!!”
"I see a big difference in my grand-daughter since she has been in services at Unison. She is more humble at home and is doing better in school. I am very pleased and all of the staff at Ware Child and Adolescent Program are so helpful. Services have been a lifesaver for us."
Grandmother for Kiauna, Ware Child and Adolescent Services
“Our two counselors have had a big influence in my life, the family’s life, and in Kayden’s life. Since working with Unison, Kayden is more affectionate with his siblings and listens to his caregivers. We have seen that Kayden can be a loving child because he has learned to express emotions in healthier ways rather than through anger.”
Chris and his son Kayden, Ware Child and Family Services, Waycross
“I am thankful for the Crossroads Program. I was making bad decisions and while in the Crossroads program, I learned that no guy is worth my future and that only I can determine my future. Mr. Jermell and Mrs. Renae showed me how strong of a girl I really am.”
Taylor, Ware County Student