Farmworker Health Program

The mission of the Georgia Farmworker Health Program (GFHP) is to improve the quality of life of Georgia’s Migratory and Seasonal Agricultural workers (MSAW(s)) and their families by providing high quality, culturally sensitive and appropriate health care to agricultural workers using all available financial, human and technological resources.


The Georgia Farmworker Health Program (GFHP) provides primary health care services for 21 rural counties at six sites: 

Site Counties Served
Colquitt County Farmworker Clinic Brooks, Colquitt, Cook, and Tift
Decatur County Farmworker Clinic Decatur, Grady, Mitchell, Seminole, and Thomas
East Georgia Healthcare Center Candler, Tattnall, and Toombs
Migrant Farmworker Clinic Echols and Lowndes
Phoebe Sumter Healthcare Clinic - Ellaville Crisp, Macon, Schley, Sumter, and Taylor
South Central Primary Care Clinic Atkinson and Coffee


The Health Care for the Homeless Program (HCHP) provides primary health care services in Atlanta and Savannah. Services include, but not limited to: 

  • Treatment of minor illnesses/injuries
  • Education on preventive health care practices
  • Physical assessments/health screenings
  • Evaluation of mental health status             
  • Referral for services not available at site
  • Dental Care Services (available on-site at specified locations)

St. Joseph’s Mercy Care Services, Inc.

Download this pdf file. GFHP Needs Assessment  
Download this pdf file. GFHP Service Area Map