Georgia

Long Term Care: Assisted Living, Nursing Homes, Home Health Aides

Community Help

  • Area Agencies on Aging

    These agencies provide information to seniors about social services and other resources for seniors in their region. Content Detail

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    Department of Human Resources, Division of Aging Services
  • Long Term Care Ombudsman Programs

    This document contains a list of all of the contact information for the Long Term Care Ombudsman Programs in communities throughout Georgia, organized according to region. Read More

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    Department of Human Resources, Division of Aging Services
  • Health Care Facility Location and Information Guide

    Department of Human Resources (DHR), Office of Regulatory Services (ORS) regulates health care facilities in Georgia. The Health Care Facility Location and Information Guide lets you search all of the Health Care Related Facilities, Nursing, Personal Care, and Community Living Arrangements, and Child Care facilities in Georgia. You may search according to the kind of facility and according to city, county, or zip code. Content Detail

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    Department of Human Resources, Office of Regulatory Services
  • Primary Health Care Centers in Georgia

    This web site contains information about each of the primary health care centers in Georgia. The Office of Regulatory Services regulates primary health care facilities and programs. Most of the regulated health care facilities are certified by ORS for reimbursement under the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Content Detail

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    Department of Human Resources, Office of Regulatory Services
  • Alzheimer's Association Georgia Chapter

    The Alzheimer Association can help answer questions and refer families with people with Alzheimer's to the resources they need, such as appropriate nursing-care facilities. They also operate a 24-hour helpline (1-800-272-3900) for people with questions or problems. Content Detail

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    Alzheimer Association
  • 211 of South Central Georgia

    2-1-1 is the national abbreviated dialing code for free access to health and human services information and referral (I&R). 2-1-1 is an easy-to-remember and universally recognizable number that makes a critical connection between individuals and families in need and the appropriate community-based organizations and government agencies. Content Detail

  • Community Care Services Program

    A Medicaid-waivered program that is an alternative to nursing homes. It provides services, such as home-delivered meals, assistance with bathing, eating, or light errands, and a respite service. To apply contact the regional AAA center. Content Detail

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    Georgia Department of Human Resources, Division of Aging Services
  • Find A Free Clinic

    A Free Clinic is an organization whose primary mission is to provide health care services free or with a minimal administrative fee to individuals with limited resources. Volunteer health professionals provide a significant portion of health care services. Content Detail

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    Georgia Free Clinic Network
  • Georgia Advocacy Office, Inc.

    The Georgia Advocacy Office is a non-profit organization that advocates for people with developmental disorders, mental illness, nursing-home residents, and others. Content Detail

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    Georgia Advocacy Office
  • United Way of Central Georgia

    There are many services and resources that are available to you in your community. United Way 2-1-1 provides you with the information that you need and helps you find the right service for your specific need. Dial 2-1-1 to speak with a trained referral specialist who will help you locate programs and services in your area. The service is free, and provides confidential information for Central Georgians 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are equipped to serve the hearing impaired and can accommodate most language Content Detail

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    United Way