Medical and Public Health Care

Click above for a list of the public health clinics in Georgia where persons can get tested and treated for communicable diseases such as HIV, sexually transmitted diseases, TB, etc. Persons can also get family planning services and vaccinations at the health department. Contact information is available for scheduling appointments.
Click above for a list of Community Health Centers in Georgia. These medical clinics serve people who have no income or are low-income and who have acute or chronic health problems such as flu-like illnesses, respiratory problems, diabetes, high blood pressure, etc. Fees are sliding-scale. Locate the health center closest to the community where the individual will be living. Contact information is available on the website to call and schedule appointments.

VETERANS HEALTH ADMINISTRATION: Click on the link to find Veterans Health Centers in Georgia. Eligible Veterans can get services through these centers. Call the center for more information about scheduling appointments.

Click on the link above to find low or no-cost medical and mental health care, including prescription assistance, for uninsured Georgians and those with low or no income. Then click on the “Find a Clinic” tab to locate the nearest clinics.
Click on the link above to locate resources for person inflicted with or affected by AIDS.