Compassion & Choices has volunteers active in Georgia working to improve care and expand options for the end of life. Our volunteers are diligently working to educate the public about end-of-life care and choice and build grassroots support for patients’ rights. Want to help move end-of-life issues forward? Click here to volunteer in the state.

Georgia was one of 40 states where Compassion & Choices provided policy or technical assistance to the state officials or their offices between 2017 and 2018.

Compassion & Choices is laying the groundwork for introducing medical aid-in-dying legislation. Supporters are meeting with legislators and community leaders to educate them on the importance of greater end-of-life options.

Get more information about Georgia.