Welcome to the Georgia Home Visiting Program website!

The Georgia Home Visiting Program is a statewide effort, sponsored by the Georgia Department of Public Health and supported by your community to ensure that every child in our state gets a great start in life. 

The Georgia Home Visiting Program is designed to create a community culture of care, encouragement, and support for all families before and after the birth of a child. Across hundreds of Georgia communities, services are available to ensure that these important early years are rich with opportunities for children to be educated, safe, and healthy. A free Information & Referral Center offers connections to relevant local resources and information.

Connect to our free Information and Referral Center online by clicking on the red door to the left or by calling our toll free number at 1-855-707-8277.

The Georgia Home Visiting Program is all about helping parents expecting a baby or families with young children learn about all the services in their community that they can turn to when needed.  Everything from how to find a doctor or quality child care, to learning about your child’s growth and development.  There is also help for parents with more serious concerns like depression, safe and secure housing, and other baby care needs.

By now we all know how important these early years are.  We know that the experiences a child has prior to entering kindergarten affect how the brain develops and lay the foundation for success in school and life. Our goal is to help you be the best parent you can be and make you aware of what is available in your community so you can decide what is best for you and your family.

We're glad you stopped by to learn more about the Georgia Home Visiting Program.  We hope you'll come back often as we try to keep up with all that is going on across the state to support Georgia's children.  The early years really do last a lifetime.  Let's work together to make them the best they can be!