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Georgia is #11 in the U.S. with opioid overdose deaths. Fortunately, we have the education and training to slow down this terrible disease and save the lives of our loved ones.
COMPASS has been replaced by Georgia Gateway.
When someone faces a brain or spinal injury, they often need more support than the initial hospital costs. The Georgia Brain and Spinal Injury Trust Fund sets out to meet these continued needs.
Driving can be a huge burden for us as we grow older - it can be stressful and cause fear. Find out about safe and reliable transportation options available for the elderly around the state.
Breast cancer is the 2nd leading cause of cancer deaths in women in Georgia. The Department of Public Health has a complete breast cancer program that offers screenings and prevention care to those who are underserved or uninsured.
There's a new mobile app to help you complete your child support activities.
The extra funding added in 2009 to the SNAP benefits ends today.
The Department of Community Health offers GaMap2Care to help you find personal care homes, nursing homes and assisted living facilities near you.
Learn how to apply for welfare, monthly monetary assistance for struggling families with children.