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Jun 21, 2019
Consultant’s application suggests goals for Georgia health care waivers
Ariel Hart

“Frankly, the documents themselves, just the way the work incentive is framed, and the direction that the federal government is pushing states, indicate that this work requirement will be mandatory,…

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Did you know? Nearly one in ten Georgia children ages 2 to 17 years have one or more diagnosed emotional, behavioral,
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Get to know #SBIRT! SBIRT stands for Screening, Brief Intervention, & Referral of Treatment. It’s a tool used to identify individuals who use alcohol and other drugs at harmful levels and guide follow-up counseling and treatment.

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Download now! My GCAL app is a free and confidential app that works on Apple and Android phones and caters to younger Georgians who are more comfortable sending texts than picking up the phone. @DBHDD
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2019 Policy Priorities

Learn more about Georgians for a Healthy Future’s 2019 Policy Priorities.

How To Get Your Money's Worth From Your Health Insurance 

Once you've signed up for health insurance, it's important you understand how to use it! This video explains how to select a doctor, access preventive services, and budget for future health costs.

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Sherry Ward

At 77 years old, Sherry Ward uses her Medicaid waiver to get the transportation she needs to get to the pharmacy to pick up her medications, doctors appointments, and RossWoods, an adult day center. Medicaid also helps Sherry pay for her seven different medications.

"I couldn't make it if I didn't have [Medicaid]. There would be no way."

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GHF welcomes Health Education & Advocacy intern

Georgians for a Healthy Future regularly hosts graduate students who work with GHF staff to…

Competitive award from Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta allows GHF to thrive

In late 2018, Georgians for a Healthy Future was awarded a General Operating Support grant…

Sine Die

The 2019 Georgia legislative session is over but we are not finished!  Yesterday was Sine…