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GCDD's priority is to continue its efforts to increase funding for home and community-based services, as well as the quality of those supports. Below are several resources related to home and community-based services opportunities. For more information on GCDD's vision, supported efforts and public policy initiatives on Real Supports, Click here.

Alliance for Transforming the Lives of Children

Atlanta Legal Aid

Canine Assistants
770.664.7178 – 800.771.7221

Center for Self-Determination

Center for the Visually Impaired

Children’s Special Services, LLC

Connections for Special Parents

Developmental Disabilities Ministries
770.623.4899, 888.340.5280

Georgia Council on Develomental Disabilities Guardianship Guide
GCDD Guardianship Guide
Hard copies can be obtained through the GCDD main phone line at (404) 657-2126.

Georgia Council on Develomental Disabilities Proxy Care Guide
GCDD Proxy Care Guide
Hard copies can be obtained through the GCDD main phone line at (404) 657-2126.

Georgia Canines for Independence

Georgia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities
2013 Agency Guide

Georgia Department of Public Health
- Children and Youth with Special Needs

Georgia Little League Baseball LLB Georgia Challengers

Health & Safety NIOSH Topics Safety & Health

Home Living & Developmental Disabilities

Interfaith Disability Connection

Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit – Emory University

Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT) Documents:

Georgia 's Aging and Disability Resource Connection (ADRC) is not a place or a program! It is a coordinated system of partnering organizations that are dedicated to:
  • Providing accurate information about publicly and privately financed long-term supports and services.
  • Offering a consumer-oriented approach to learning about the availability of services in the home and community.
  • Alleviating  the need for multiple calls and/or visits to receive services.
  • Supporting individuals and family members who are aging or living with a disability.

Georgia 's ADRC currently serves all of the 159 counties across the state. For more information or to receive assistance contact an ADRC near you. You may visit the ADRC website to learn more at:

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