Georgia’s Medicaid managed care program is called Georgia Families. Under Georgia Families, four health plans, called management organizations (CMOs), deliver physical health and behavioral health benefits for children, parents and caretaker relatives. The plans are available statewide and enrollees have a choice of any plan.
Georgia also operates a voluntary managed care program called Georgia Families 360 for children in foster care, receiving adoption assistance, or involved in the juvenile justice system. Amerigroup is the sole health plan serving this population.
This Georgia Families 360 Contract is for Amerigroup Community Care, signed December 26, 2013.
For more information on Georgia’s Medicaid managed care programs, and to view other contracts, visit Georgia Medicaid Managed Care Contracts.