The SAFE KIDS Coalition of Douglas County is a non-profit, charitable organization and network of SAFE KIDS WORLDWIDE (, the first and only national organization dedicated solely to the prevention of unintentional childhood injury – the number one killer of children ages 19 and under.

SAFE KIDS Douglas County is led by Cobb & Douglas Public Health.

The coalition is committed to preventing and reducing injuries to Douglas County children through education and by providing safety equipment to families in need.

The Coalition provides information and education on:

  • Home safety, including safe sleep for infants
  • Child Passenger safety
  • Poison prevention
  • Water safety
  • Bicycle safety
  • Fire safety
  • Pedestrian safety
  • Youth Sports Safety

Child Safety Seat Inspection Station

SAFE KIDS Douglas Coalition provides free car seat education to help parents ensure their child’s car and booster seats are installed and fit properly. Availability is limited, so all parents and caregivers are encouraged to schedule an appointment to have their seat installed.

SAFE KIDS Douglas County
For more information, visit:

Child Safety Seat Inspection Station
Douglas County Transportation Center

​8800 Dorris Road
Douglasville, Georgia 30134

To schedule an appointment, click on the button below or call 770-949-5155.

Seat Checks are held twice a month by appointment only at the Douglasville Transportation Center.

Car Seats
Car seats are available at a reduced cost to Douglas County residents who are income eligible. To qualify you must be a resident of the servicing county and a current recipient of a government assistance program (WIC, Medicaid or PeachCare) or meet income eligibility requirements. The program is limited to one car seat per child, and the seat is only issued to primary parents or caregivers who attend the car seat education class.

*Classes are also provided upon request to community groups of ten or more participants.

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Success Story

“Olivia” is a firefighter who visited our Safe Kids program for a free car seat inspection. During her visit, she learned that her baby’s car seat was installed incorrectly, and she received instruction on its proper installation and use. Mere weeks later, an off-duty Olivia awakened in a hospital bed with a broken pelvis, a dislocated shoulder, and additional injuries that would require numerous follow-up skin grafts. To this day, Olivia has no memory of her motor vehicle accident. She had to be told that she wasn’t at fault…and that her baby girl was found cooing securely in her car seat without a scratch or bruise. Olivia credits Safe Kids’ free car seat inspection with saving her baby’s life. She has since become a volunteer Child Passenger Safety Technician Instructor for the program.