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Georgia Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency

The Georgia Emergency Management & Homeland Security Agency works with other government agencies to teach preparedness, lessen the effects of a hazard, and strengthen response and recovery efforts. GEMHSA also supports homeland security initiatives that protect state residents' lives and properties and reduce, or entirely prevent, the negative impacts of terrorism.

Address: 

935 E. Confederate Ave., SE
Atlanta, GA 30316

Phone Number: 

404-635-7000

Contact Email: 

FAQs: 

How do I report suspicious activity?

Contact your local law enforcement if you suspect any wrongdoing.

How do I apply for a GEMHSA training course?

Learn more about training courses and how to get involved in them.

How do I apply for a homeland security grant?

You'll need to contact the All Hazards Council in your area. Read more about councils.

How do I prepare for the different types of disasters that may impact me?

Visit GEMHSA's Ready Georgia website to learn about how to prepare for Georgia-specific disasters. You can also create an online profile and receive a tailored communications plan for the entire family and a list of the specific amount of supplies to put in your household Ready kit.