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Join GPHSA Today

If you work or have worked in human services in the State of Georgia, then Georgia's largest and best human services professional association, GPHSA , stands ready to serve you. GPHSA needs your support, too!

Membership is a bargain: you can join GPHSA and enjoy all benefits, communication, information, advocacy for less than the monthly price of a decent cup of coffee!

It's Simple!

Joining GPHSA could not be simpler: just register on this website and then click on the activation link sent automatically to your email address. As soon as your account is activated, you'll be notified and can login to the website and download your copy of the new member's orientation guide. As for payment method, you may use direct payment (check, money order, etc.) or payroll deduction. Dues can be prorated between the current month through the end of the current year for new members.

Who May Join

GPHSA is proud to have members from Family and Children Services, the Division of Child Support Services, the Division of Aging Services, Retiree Members, and Associate Members (not employed in human services but support the Mission and purpose of GPHSA).

Key Benefits
  • Keep informed!
  • Develop professionally
  • Enjoy yearly events
  • Have General Assembly voice

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Three Excellent Reasons To Join GPHSA

1. GPHSA is your voice at the Georgia General Assembly.

GPHSA's Executive Director is a registered lobbyist and works with the Georgia General Assembly to advocate for the families and children we serve, the resources necessary to protect and care for them, and to advocate for a stronger system of service. A direct component of this advocacy is to advocate for the staff who provide services to Georgia's families and children. Examples of this work in recent Sessions include advocacy to provide Medicaid to Georgia's needy citizens, advocacy to protect the staff and supportive resources necessary to serve Georgia's most vulnerable citizens, promoting understanding of the impact on families and children of furloughs and staff reductions, advocacy to increase adoptions, and a host of other issues.

2. GPHSA is your source of vital information.

Receive timely and relevant information regarding issues that impact your work. GPHSA members receive regular reports from the Executive Office on a variety of subjects. Receive real time reports on the proceedings of the Board of the Department of Human Services, The Department of Community Health, the Retirement System, new federal legislation, and reports on the national scene.

3. GPHSA is your professional network.

Network with Georgia's best and brightest human service professionals. Face it, folks who care enough about the work we do to give a small amount of personal time and resources to make things better for the folks we serve and for the folks who do the work are dedicated and caring professionals. Work with others who are committed to improved outcomes, grow and learn together. GPHSA gives you access to tangible skills in leadership, program improvement, advocacy, and education. The best asset GPHSA members have over the long haul is simply the privilege of being part of a network of highly competent and dedicated professionals. All this looks good on your resume!!!