Parent to Parent’s comprehensive resource database contains over 5,000 resources in over 150 categories. The Special Needs Database is a user-friendly, online searchable resource available to individuals with disabilities, their families, and professionals throughout Georgia.
The inclusion of services or providers on the Special Needs Database should not be considered an endorsement by Parent to Parent of Georgia or its sponsors. If you have questions or need further information, call us at 800-229-2038 or 770-451-5484 in Atlanta.
Funding from the Georgia Department of Public Health, PartC/Babies Can’t Wait program, support services is provided by the Special Needs Database. The purpose of the Special Needs Database is to serve as a statewide resource for families, providers, and other interested groups or individuals to access an array of information and referral services, in accordance with Part C Regulations, 34 CFR , Section 303.17, of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
You can search online or call us at 1-800-229-2038 and we’ll search for you!
Each listing contains locations, contact information, website info, and a basic description of service including payment options.
intervention, diagnostic and evaluation, physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, child care centers, respite care, Medicaid, education, counseling, support groups, camps, vocational services and many others.
There are numerous ways to search for providers on our database. Give it a try for yourself and if you have any troubles, just call us at 800-229-2038 and we will conduct searches for you!
No! All Parent to Parent of Georgia services are provided free of charge.
After searching, if you do not find the resources you are seeking, please contact us and one of our coordinators will assist you.
Every attempt is made to update provider information regularly. Give us a call if you see information that needs updating or if we need to add a provider. We’ll handle the rest.
Please just call 800-229-2038 or 770-451-5484 and ask to speak with an Information Specialist.