Children 1st is a statewide, free, voluntary initiative coordinated by the Georgia Department of Public Health and your local Public Health Department. Any child (from birth – age 5) with developmental, social or medical needs can be referred to the program. A Public Health Nurse contacts the family and will make a home visit to help the family access local medical services and social supports. These services are designed to support families with young children, promote child health/development and positively influence school readiness.
For More Information:
Contact the Cobb and Douglas Children 1st Coordinator at 770-514-2404 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To enroll your child in the Children 1st program please contact the Children 1st Intake line at 770-514-2759, Monday through Friday (8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.).
You may also, complete the Children 1st Screening and Referral form and submit it:
Visit the State’s website for more information on Children 1st.
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American Academy of Pediatrics – GA Chapter