Working with DMST victims requires a team approach; often, youth served by our organization have a history of system and community interventions. In an effort to provide the most integrated care possible, Georgia Cares takes on the role of being a crux of service connectedness. Agency partners are always the first to know of Georgia Cares events, collaborative opportunities and ways in which they can become involved to best benefit the youth we serve.

Our team frequently travels throughout Georgia conducting trainings alongside our partners and welcomes requests for events to spread awareness, instruction on referral processes and information on industry trends. We strive to coordinate with our partners and to align our agency processes with those of other agencies involved in youth services.

We are always looking for new partners to join the anti-trafficking movement. Georgia Cares currently partners with state and federal agencies, as well as local child serving organizations and medical providers. We also have other partners in the following categories:

  • Corporate Sponsor Partners
  • Fundraising Partners
  • Provider Partners (youth services)
  • State Agency Partners
  • Federal Agency Partners
  • National Organization Partners

If you are interested in becoming a partner with Georgia Cares, please contact

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