Resources

Health

Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health
Laura Lucas, MS Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Director Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning
Prioritizing the Mental Health of Infants and Toddlers in Georgia
More than 900,000 children ages 0–6 live in Georgia.It’s estimated that as many as 126,000 children may need mental health services.
Children's Cabinet: GA Department of Public Health & American Academy of Pediatrics -- Immunize
A Message from the Georgia Department of Public Health, and the GA Chapter of American Academy of Pediatrics Now is the time to get your kids caught up on their childhood immunizations. Protect them in the future, by making an appointment today. https://youtu.be/BqTgg-s79mk
12 and Up - Ga Chapter American Academy of Pediatrics
A reminder that kids 12 years and up can now get the COVID vaccine. Call your pediatrician to schedule an appointment. https://youtu.be/LhSyBiZQr4U
Superhero Moment
Parents, this is your moment - Get your kids caught up on their vaccinations! Be the superhero your kids need! https://youtu.be/FOC7Ux7_Wwo
Mental Health Awarness
Free Your Feels is a mental health awareness campaign encouraging Georgia's young people to explore their real feelings and share them fearlessly. http://www.freeyourfeels.org/

Safety

Trauma Informed Practice

PowerPoint Presentation

Department of Juvenile Justice's Trauma Informed Care

OBHS Treatment Approaches for Traumatized Youth

Family First Presentation

Family First PSA Presentation

Families First Act and Trauma Informed Care Presentation

Presentation on Families First Act and on Trauma Informed Care https://kaltura.uga.edu/media/t/1_icugwlpk

Human Trafficking Awareness Training

Promoted by the First Lady Marty Kemp and the Georgians for Refuge, Action, Compassion, and Education (GRACE) Commission.

GA DECAL - Look Again Campaign

GA DECAL - Look Again campaign: To raise awareness and prevent heatstroke deaths of children year round, but especially during the hot summer months.

Human Trafficking Hotline 1-866-END-HTGA (1-866-363-4842)

If you or someone you know is a victim of child sex trafficking, please call us at 1-866-END-HTGA (1-866-363-4842).

Literacy

Literacy Month Proclamation

Governor Brian P. Kemp has issued a proclamation declaring September as Literacy Month in Georgia to underscore the importance of statewide campaigns to increase literacy rates.

Literacy Update 9-08-2021

Georgia Literacy Coordinating Council Updates to Georgia Children’s Cabinet

Georgia Literacy Coordinating Council Members

Member list of the GA Literacy Coordinating Council

Literacy Report

Georgia Department of Education Efforts

Georgia Literacy Resources

Birth through Adult resource links


2 Generation Approach

ENSURING ALL CHILDREN & FAMILIES THRIVE: A 2GEN APPROACH

This PowerPoint presentation was presented by Sarah Haight, Associate Director, Network & Outreach, Ascend at the Aspen Institute

ENSURING ALL CHILDREN & FAMILIES THRIVE: A 2GEN APPROACH - SLIDES ONLY

This PowerPoint only features the slides from Sarah Haight's presentation.


General

United Way of Greater Atlanta: Updated Background

Funding Partnerships and Updates

Georgia Children's Cabinet FY21 Accomplishments

Annual Report Summary

DCSS Outreach Program

This PowerPoint presentation highlights an employment-based program that is offered to both men and women.