A federally funded program to provide low-income women, infants, and children up to the age of 5 with supplemental nutrition
Public health laboratory that consists of providing lab support for public health programs in the state. There are 2 laboratory facilities in the state located in Decatur and Waycross.
Provide care for children up to the age of 18 in the state of Georgia. More information including eligibility criteria and the application can be found online.
Provides medical coverage for individuals who meet certain requirements such as having a disability, 65 or older, etc.
Provides an overview of the newborn screening program in the state and connect families with resources related to the newborn screening process
Information on the process of collecting samples, screening, and rules and regulations when testing for newborn screening disorders
The Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) Program that screens and provides treatment for infants diagnosed with a hearing condition
Provides support to families in Georgia with children with special healthcare needs or disabilities
A professional organization group focused on providing information related to genetics in Georgia for genetic professionals, especially genetic counselors
Currently screens for 33 conditions in the following categories: amino acids, endocrine, fatty acid oxidation, hemoglobin, organic acid, and other disorders/conditions
Supporting genetic professionals by providing educational opportunities about hereditary cancer