Variety of services to Georgia families impacted by disabilities or special healthcare needs: -Parent Training Information Center (PTI) -Health Information Center (F2F) -Babies Can’t-Wait Central Directory -Parent to Parent USA State Affiliate -Region 3 Parent Technical Assistance Ctr
Jesup GA 31545
Food Stamps, pregnancy medicaid, TANF, child care, child protective services, medicaid, adoption services, foster care, and aged, blind, and disabled medicaid. All Food Stamp, Medicaid and TANF programs can now be applied for through the COMPASS website without coming into the DFCS office. Customers can also report changes through the COMPASS website. Soon, at the end of Summer, Customer will be able to complete their case reviews through the COMPASS website. The web address is: www.COMPASS.GA.GOV
For emergencies, dial 911.The COMPASS website is available 24 hrs. for applications
We provide services to all eligible people in the state of Georgia based on Federal and GA State guidelines. We follow HIPAA and ADA regulations and do not discriminate against any persons.
12 bed emergency shelter open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to serve victims of domestic violence and their children. A 24 hour hotline.
Fair Haven is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year with trained staff. Crisis Line can be called at any hour on any day. Outreach Services (those services for individuals/ families not living in the shelter but needing domestic violence services) takes place Monday- Friday 8 AM to 5 PM in Wayne, Appling, and Jeff Davis counties.
Program is for women who are victims of domestic violence and their children 17 years of age or younger. Male victims are housed off-site and receive the same service and individualized case management.
Call for information on classes, training, nutrition counseling and current programs. 530-3118 or 427-6811.