The Special Needs Database

Parent to Parent’s comprehensive resource database contains close to 7000 resources in over 200 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, Part C/Babies Can’t Wait program, support services 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)

Logo for Georgia State University's Center for Leadership in Disability

The Center for Leadership in Disability (CLD) at Georgia State University is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to implement the Georgia Statewide Disability & Health Program. Through this program, CLD is offering a disability-focused training for healthcare providers in Georgia. CLD is partnering with Parent to Parent of Georgia to ensure that the providers who complete this training are included in this directory

How can I access the database?

You can search online or call us at 1-800-229-2038 and we’ll search for you!

What kinds of information is available?

Each listing contains locations, contact and website information, and a basic description of services.

What kinds of categories are included?

There are over 200 searchable categories. These include doctors, therapists, dentists, child care centers, respite care providers, legal advocates, support groups, camps, vocational services and medical supply and equipment providers.

Is there a charge for using the database?

No! All Parent to Parent of Georgia services are provided free of charge.

What if I notice information that is incorrect?

Every attempt is made to update provider information regularly. Give us a call if you see information that needs updating and we will handle the rest.

I’m a provider and I want my information to be on the P2P database!

If you are a provider (or know of one) that should be on our database, just fill out this form and one of our Information Specialists will be in touch with you soon!