February is Parent Leadership Month

February is National Parent Leadership Month, a time to recognize the vital role parents play within their homes and communities, and to encourage parents to take advantage of leadership opportunities.

DHS Publishes State Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Report

The Georgia Department of Human Services (DHS) published its State Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Report.

DHS Highlights Area Agencies on Aging (AAAs)

Learn how AAAs are building a stronger 2023 with New Year’s resolutions

Celebrate National Adoption Month

Across the country, November is recognized as National Adoption Month. In the last fiscal year, 1,228 children were adopted in the State of Georgia.

Medicare Open Enrollment begins Oct. 15

Georgia SHIP can assist you with changes to your Medicare coverage

DHS observes Falls Prevention Awareness Week in September

Each year for Falls Prevention Awareness Week, educators, caregivers, health and aging professionals, and older adults across the country focus their efforts on preventing falls. That’s why the Georgia Department of Human Services is partnering with state and national organizations to celebrate Falls Prevention Awareness Week, Sept. 19-23.   

DHS celebrates Kinship Care Month with webinars, toolkits

Caregivers will learn about valuable resources and giveaways.

August is Child Support Awareness Month

The Department of Human Services’ (DHS) Division of Child Support Services (DCSS) is excited to participate in bringing awareness about the essential services we provide to help parents secure reliable financial and medical support to enhance the well-being of their children.

June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month

Honor a loved one living with Alzheimer’s or dementia and find caregiver resources.

DHS employee ages his way and continues to work at age 80

Age is just a number and Older Americans Month is a great time to highlight the contributions of our older adult population.