ATLANTA, GA– The Georgia Department of Community Supervision (DCS) is excited to announce a partnership with Cordico, a leading provider of wellness and support apps, to enhance the well-being and support of its employees and their families. 


As part of its commitment to the health and wellness of its workforce, DCS is taking a proactive step by partnering with Cordico to provide an innovative wellness app designed to address the unique needs and challenges faced by its employees and their families. The app offers a wide range of resources, including stress management tools, mental health support, and access to professional counseling services, all within a user-friendly and confidential platform.


DCS Commissioner Michael W. Nail stated, "The dedicated staff at DCS play a critical role in ensuring public safety. Their well-being is equally important to us. Through this partnership with Cordico, we are taking a significant step in providing our employees and their families with the tools and support they need to maintain their physical and mental health while serving our communities."


DCS employees and their family members will have confidential, 24/7 access to the app to ensure they have the resources they need in their most difficult moments – on or off-duty. “No one should ever feel blocked from accessing help at times of need due to their schedule or location or concerns about confidentiality, and that is especially true of our public safety personnel who dedicate their professional lives to responding to others’ emergencies,” says Cordico founder and president Dr. David Black.


This innovative partnership reflects the dedication of DCS to its employees' overall wellness and mental health. It reinforces the department's commitment to supporting those who serve the community in crucial roles, ensuring they have access to the tools and resources necessary to thrive both personally and professionally.


About Georgia Department of Community Supervision (DCS):

As an integral part of the criminal justice system, we protect and serve the state of Georgia through effective and efficient community supervision while providing opportunities for successful outcomes.


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