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PeachCare for Kids

PeachCare for Kids


If you are a state employee,
visit SHBP PeachCare for Kids®

PeachCare for Kids® is a comprehensive health care program for uninsured children living in Georgia. The health benefits include primary, preventive, specialist, dental care and vision care. PeachCare for Kids also covers hospitalization, emergency room services, prescription medications and mental health care. Each child in the program has a Georgia Families Care Management Organization (CMO) who is responsible for coordinating the child's care.

Conquering the challenges has led to recognition nationally...

  • PeachCare for Kids exceeded its two-year enrollment goal in its first year of operations.
  • Georgia ranked eighth nationally in numbers of enrolled children in 2010. Only California, Florida, Illinois, North Carolina, New York, Pennsylvania and Texas had enrolled more children.
  • The PeachCare for Kids program presented its plan at national conventions highlighting best practices in outreach and enrollment.
  • PeachCare for Kids promotional materials received a Gold Award, the highest honor given by the National Health Information Awards.

Even more important than national attention, PeachCare for Kids has earned the trust and praise of Georgia's families:

  • "When I received the PeachCare for Kids cards in the mail, it was like being handed the moon. Thanks so much." -- Nancy from Clarkesville
  • "I thank God every day for PeachCare for Kids. Now I have peace of mind." -- Rebecca in Pine Mountain

To apply for PeachCare for Kids go to www.PeachCare.org.

The PeachCare for Kids logo and name is trademarked by the Georgia Department of Community Health. Authorized use of the PeachCare for Kids name or logo is not permitted without written consent from the Georgia Department of Community Health.

To order informational brochures about the PeachCare for Kids program, please call 404-463-8368 or e-mail PEACHCARE@dch.ga.gov.


Want more general information on children's health insurance programs? Visit the Federal Agency for Medicaid & Children's Health Insurance Program website.