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Effective March 23 at 8 a.m., DHS customers should use self-service options as primary means to conduct business with DHS. In-person services will be provided by appointment only. For more information, click here.
Forsyth County residents will now need to apply for all services at the new location – 6435 Shiloh Road, Suite C, Alpharetta, GA 30005.
Cherokee County residents will now need to apply for all services at the new location – 1300 Univeter Rd., Canton, GA 30115.
DeKalb County residents will now need to apply for all services at the new location - 2300 Parklake Dr., Atlanta 30345.
White County residents will now need to apply for all services at the new location – 970 East Kytle Street, Cleveland, 30528.
As part of its mission to uphold transparency and accountability to the public, the Georgia Department of Human Services (DHS) published the DHS State Fiscal Year 2019 Annual Report online this week.
DeKalb County Department of Family & Children Services (DFCS) staff are preparing to relocate in early 2020.
ATLANTA – GeorgiaCares has partnered with the Fort Valley State University Mobile Technology Unit to provide free Medicare counseling sessions throughout the state during the Medicare Open Enrollment period.
ATLANTA — The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), administered by the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services, will be available Nov.
ATLANTA— Georgia Department of Human Services (DHS) Commissioner Robyn A. Crittenden has been selected by the Atlanta Business League as one of “Atlanta’s Top 100 Black Women of Influence” for the second year in a row.
ATLANTA — Gov. Brian P. Kemp and First Lady Marty Kemp joined Superior Court Judge Ann B.