There are 14 resource and referral agencies in the state of Georgia that serve all of our 159 counties. These agencies provide parents, childcare providers, employers and the general public with answers about childcare.

For parents:
Help in finding childcare arrangements, what to look for, and general childcare information.

For providers:
Assistance in the start-up of family childcare homes, group childcare homes and childcare centers. Training and technical assistance to increase providers’ knowledge base and consultations concerning day-to-day activities in childcare.

For employers:
Collect and update various detailed information on the supply of childcare from their database. Consultations on how to start an on-site center, feasibility, etc.

For the general public:
Disseminate information about childcare care in communities.

To contact your local resource and referral agency, go to:

Information Network for Children is a service provided by Care Solutions, Inc. and funded in part by the Georgia Department of Human Resources, Division of Family and Childrens Services, Childcare and Parent Services Section. Site Map