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Children's Medical Services (CMS)

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Children's Medical Services(CMS) is a statewide program that supports children, youth and young adults (birth-21) with special health care needs and their families. Children's Medical Services provides assistance to eligible families and young adults with accessing timely and affordable health care services as well as need resources within their communities.

Children's Medical Services works with the child and young adult's primary and specialty medical specialists to provide or coordinate for:

Eligibility for the Children's Medical Services program is based on the following:
Examples of eligible medical conditions include, but are not limited to:
Services provided for the following county:

For more information about eligibility, services provided and enrollment into the program please call:

Children's Medical Services, Clayton County Board of Health 1 Crown Center, 1895 Phoenix Blvd Suite 400 College Park, GA 30349 (678) 479-2229

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Parent to Parent of Georgia:

Provide services to children and youth with disabilities and their families. Services include an on-line data base of various resources locally, educational trainings for parents and parent support groups.


Heathly Mother's Healthy Babies Coalition of Georgia:

Provide services to expectant families. Services include prenatal education and resources to expectant mothers, breastfeeding support and education, and assistance with accessing health insurance.


American Academy of Pediatrics-GA Chapter:

The official website of the American Academy of Pediatrics for parents on accurate, trusted and up-to-date information on issues regarding infants, children and adolescents.


Easter Seals North Georgia:

Easter Seals has been helping individuals with disabilities and special needs, and their families, live better lives for nearly 100 years.