The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Georgia Chapter is the first line of support for families of children with this disease in the state, with some programs extending into eight other states. We are here to support families through every step of their journey. From onset of diagnosis, through treatment and survivorship, or in the loss of a child, we are here to provide emotional, social, educational and financial assistance.
The needs of pediatric brain tumor patients, their families and caregivers are best met through a community of medical professionals and organizations designed to meet the challenges they face. View additional resources and family support services. >>.
Email us or call 404-252-4107 for more information.
If you are newly diagnosed, we are here to help by providing information, educational materials and other resources. We can assist you in your journey from the point of diagnosis of your child’s brain tumor and beyond.
The Butterfly Fund provides emergency financial assistance when children are in treatment and families are faced with loss of income and mounting medical bills.
The PBTF-GA knows that everyone’s journey with loss is distinct and personal. We’re here to help navigate the grief process through our many bereavement programs.
In addition to providing information, financial assistance and grief support, the PBTF-GA provides many other programs for families each step of the way through their journey with a brain tumor.