While things are uncertain at this time, the Diabetes Association of Atlanta is still committed to our mission of using innovative programs to prevent and manage diabetes. During these last two weeks, our staff provided education and nutritional content on our social media accounts. Continue to follow us for the latest tips and information on ways to stay healthy and safe. 
Our team has researched local resources that our community is seeking. Please review the list of government and community resources below:

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Please review the CDC’s guidance on COVID-19. Click Here
  • Georgia Department of Public Health. GADPH has provided a General Information Factsheet for COVID-19. Click Here
  • United Way of Greater Atlanta 211. The 2-1-1 Contact Center is an information and referral resource that connects people to essential health and human services they need. UWGA recommends downloading the 2-1-1- mobile app, if you cannot connect due to heavy call volumes.
  • City of Atlanta 311. 311 is Atlanta’s primary phone number for government information and non-emergency services. ATL311 will remain open Monday-Friday 7am – 7pm.
  • DeKalb County Board of Health. For updated information on which essential services are currently available, click here.
  • Cobb County. Cobb County has provided several locations that include food resources, medical assistance, and more. Click Here
  • Whitefoord Clinic. Whitefoord is offering COVID-19 screening and testing if you are experiencing the following symptoms: Fever > 99.6 degrees, cough, sudden lost sense of taste or smell or shortness of breath. Please call Whitefoord’s COVID-19 hotline: (470) 427-2634 ext. 123 immediately.
  • Wholesome Wave Georgia. WWG is offering remote assistance for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) enrollment. Click on link for updated information on how to apply. Click Here
  • Atlanta Survival Program. ASP is providing free grocery delivery for those impacted by COVID-19. Click Here
  • CVS Health. The State of Georgia has joined forces with CVS Health to increase COVID-19 testing. Drive-thru testing will be operating on Georgia Tech’s campus. Click Here

Remember to follow us via our social media accounts for diabetes education, nutritional tips, and up to date information.