Georgia has 2 agencies to help citizens find and receive the assistance they need for developmental disabilities and behavioral health issues.
Georgia's food stamp recipients can double their dollars at participating local farmer's markets.
When starting the school year, you must have more than just a few new notebooks and a protractor.
Take a look at how these 2 state agencies serve Georgia's kids and their families.
During the school year, more than 900,000 Georgia children meet requirements for free or reduced breakfasts and lunches. But…what happens in the summer?
Learn the first steps towards becoming a foster parent for a child in need.
With a new autism insurance bill being signed into law, now is a good time to look at Georgia's resources for children on the spectrum.
There are many free online resources you can use to trace your family's history.
Making home modifications can make life easier for those who have a disability.
Learn more about the role GEMA/HS plays during a natural disaster.