Resources and Services in Georgia

1-800-CHILDREN Helpline is Prevent Child Abuse Georgia's information and referral line for people who are concerned about the healthy development of children and the prevention of child abuse and neglect. Callers can talk to a trained individual who cares and wants to help.

AllGAKids is Georgia's source for finding quality childcare.

Georgia Association on Young Children

Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities

  • Women’s Treatment & Recovery Services: target population is women with substance use disorders who are pregnant and/or parenting children under the age of 13 years.
  • Adult Services: DBHDD contracts with providers across Georgia to provide various levels of treatment to individuals with substance use disorders.

Georgia Department of Public Health has a variety of programs and services including:

Georgia Domestic Violence Help and Programs

Mental Health America of Georgia works to enhance the mental health of all Georgians through education, outreach and advocacy.

MotherToBaby Georgia provides free, confidential, reliable information from experts in pregnancy risk assessment.

Parent to Parent of Georgia supports Georgia families of children with disabilities

United Way 211 connects families with community resources that enables them to thrive - resources like food pantries, job search and placement agencies, and financial emergency assistance agencies.