Advancing Whole Child Policy
Voices for Georgia’s Children leads the charge to ensure Georgia is a state where all children thrive, every single one. We work to improve policies and systems that impact child well-being because one policy change can affect millions of children at once. Focusing on the whole child, we lead research and advocacy that remove inequity from our systems and disparities in outcomes.
We conduct research and equip policymakers with the best information about the challenges children are facing and what they can do about it.
Because we believe we are stronger together, we lead coalitions and advocacy campaigns to advance policy and systems change.
We are a trusted partner to get laws passed, priorities set, and investments made in our legislature and our child-serving agencies.
The Latest from Voices
Brittney A. Newton, a senior policy analyst at Voices for Georgia’s Children, is its 2023 Health Justice Advocate of the Year for Health Equity. Newton was nominated by her peers in recognition to her instrumental leadership working to strengthen Georgia’s child and adolescent behavioral health workforce.
Voices for Georgia’s Children (Voices) Board of Directors announced its selection of Dr. Caitlin McMunn Dooley as the next Voices Executive Director, effective January 2, 2023. Dooley, an educator, researcher, and policy advocate, becomes the fourth executive director in Voices’ twenty-year history.
All About Kids: Factsheets about Georgia's Children is an amazing companion to the Primer, in which you will find an array of information in fun-to-read, easy-to-digest factsheets.
This report explores the perceptions of need, services, and system of care obtained through youth and caregiver focus groups.
This report is an engaging summary of the latest research and analysis and actionable policy recommendations to help adults recognize the signs of trauma and provide the support that children need to feel secure and thrive.
Our work is guided by our belief that every child deserves to have his or her needs met and have opportunities to thrive.