Babies Can’t Wait
Georgia Early Intervention.  Babies Can’t Wait (BCW) is Georgia’s statewide interagency services delivery system for infants and toddlers with developmental delays or disabilities and their families.   Learn about application process here.
Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library 
Program that mails a new book for free every month to your child until he/she reaches the age of 5.
Family-Voices of Tennessee
Developed as a Family-to-Family Health Information Centers (F2FHICs).  These F2FHICs are designed to be family-friendly places to learn about health care service systems and programs for children with special needs. Their purpose is to provide training or assistance to families in navigating various service systems, including Medicaid and TennCare, SSI for Children, Title V (Children’s Special Services), Early Intervention (TEIS), and other programs. Family Voices of Tennessee continues to operate a F2FHIC.
Kidcentral TN:  
Resource compilation site that allows you to easily search for information and resources within the Tennessee state government under four main sections: health, education, development, and support.
Orange Grove Center
Supports individuals with developmental disabilities increase independence, personal growth, and opportunities in their communities.
Family Support Program. State grant the provides limited funding for services and supports to children/adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to cover respite care, dental care, homemaker services, equipment, behavior therapy, and more depending on the need. 
Parents Are First Teachers
Child and family education and support program.  PAFT empowers parents to be confident in their knowledge of child development as well as in parenting skills.  Personal visits, group activities, screenings, referral network.  Birth-age 5.
Signal Centers
109 N Germantown Road, Chattanooga, TN 37411
Educational preschool, early intervention, daycare programs, support services of physical, occupational, and speech and language therapies, parent training. Employment services, assistive technology services, adult services, Families First, Child Care Resource Center, Parent’s Place, Child & Adult Care Food Program.
Tennessee Department of Health Children’s Special Services
CSS serves residents of Tennessee ranging in ages from birth to 21 years who have chronic illness or medical condition which may affect the independent functioning of a child.  Services available to children under 21, those who meet CSS diagnostic and financial guidelines.
Tennessee’s Early Intervention System (TEIS)
A voluntary education program for families with children ages birth through two with disabilities or developmental delays. TEIS links families with supports and services.
Tennessee Parent to Parent
Established to support and connect families of individuals with special needs. The Parent to Parent matching program connects families who are going through similar life situations.
Walter E Boehm Birth Defect Center
975 East 3rd Street Chattanooga, TN 37403  423-778-2222
comprehensive multi-disciplinary medical program for children born with congenital birth defects of the central nervous system, primarily spina bifida and hydrocephalus.