Babies 101: A Guide to Caring for the Newest Georgians

With parenthood comes a whole new world of responsibility. In this post, you’ll find safety tips, childcare options, financial assistance, and even the chance to win big for your child’s future.

Protect Georgia’s Youth this Child Abuse Prevention Month

April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. Learn how to prevent, detect, and report child abuse.

Your Checklist for Moving Within Georgia

Are you living in Georgia already but moving to a new home? We’ll make the hassle of the move a little easier with this handy checklist.

Get the Most Out of Your Health Plan: Biometric Screenings for State Employees and Covered Spouses

If you’re an employee of the State of Georgia, or a covered spouse of a Georgia employee, you may be eligible to schedule a free biometric screening and earn rewards in the process.

First Priority Act Plans to Turnaround Schools through Collaboration

Industry experts, schools, and communities are coming together under the First Priority Act to address problems in Georgia’s lowest-performing schools.

Volunteering in the New Year

What are your plans for 2018? If you’ve resolved to promote health, education, independence, environmental protection, or a strong community, start your search here.

How You Can Get Involved and Give Back this Season

Do the twinkling lights and jingle bells have you in a giving mood? Check out our list of programs and organizations to see where you can help this holiday season.

Watch Your Money this Holiday Shopping Season

Are you ready for the holiday shopping season? So are scammers! Learn how to protect yourself and your money.

How to Adopt a Child in Georgia [Infographic]

Are you considering adding to your family through adoption? From inquiry to finalization, adopting a child from the state typically takes only 4-10 months! Check out our infographic for an overview of the process.

Fall is Here, and It’s Time to Fight the Flu

We’re well into fall, and that means it’s flu season. Not sure what that means or what to do? Check out this information provided by the Georgia Department of Public Safety.