I'm sorry you are having so much difficulty with your child's father. Since your description leads me to believe there is a child support order in place you can seek to enforce it through a contempt action or you can contact the Georgia Division of Child Support Services (DCSS). DCSS helps children by enforcing parental responsibility to pay financial support. You can find out additional information about the DCSS at http://dcss.dhs.georgia.gov/ Alternatively, you can retain an attorney to file a contempt action on your behalf. I hope this helps and good luck.
It sounds like there is a child support order in place, so you can file a motion for contempt. If your child's father has a job, you can also get an Income Deduction Order to have DCSS take the money directly out of his paycheck. If the child support order was done through DCSS, you may want to file a Paternity Action with the Court to establish paternity and determine child support. You are welcome to give my office a call to discuss your situation in more detail. Good luck.