Comprehensive Community Clinic
The College of Education’s Comprehensive Community Clinic (CCC) at the University of West Georgia is dedicated to offering services for the community in counseling, communication sciences and disorders, mathematics, and literacy.
We are an educational training facility for undergraduate and graduate students to apply the skills and knowledge they gain during their academic studies in a highly supervised clinical environment.
The Comprehensive Community Clinic is committed to enhancing the health and well-being of individuals and their families across their life span in Carroll County and surrounding areas.
Comprehensive Community Clinic Caregiver Testimonials
"The CCC is a great educational training facility for undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Education. Our clinician was great! She was a highly skilled and compassionate clinician who is dedicated to providing her clients with the best possible care. She is also a great listener and communicator."
"I appreciate the consideration of my child. I’m very thankful for the extra help my child is receiving in math and reading. My child really enjoys the atmosphere and his tutor!"
"We have been thrilled with our experience. Everything and everyone involved has been extremely professional and courteous. This has been a wonderful opportunity for my child and has built her confidence!"
"I enjoy getting feedback from the speech clinicians. I also love that they are eager and friendly."
"The communication is very professional. We haven’t received any complaints from our child. The most important thing and the thing we are satisfied the most about is the progress our child is making in their school work, attention span, comprehensive level, and the ability to solve problems."
"I love the one-on-one interaction and attention my child gets to focus on her reading.
"This is a godsend of an option for us. The CCC provides our family with speech services we wouldn’t otherwise be able to get."
"We love how inviting the clinicians have been to our child. They treat his therapy time in a way that he views it as a play date, but we’ve seen huge improvements in his speech."