Kim Nolte, President & CEO was a guest on WABE’s 90.1/NPR Atlanta’s A Closer Look on Wednesday, Nov. 18 with Rose Scott and Jim Burress. The wide-ranging, candid discussion included teen pregnancy, parents talking to their teens about sex and and relationships, sex education in schools, GCAPP’s work in these areas, and much more. Click here to hear the entire interview.
In support of our 20th Anniversary year and in support of Georgia Gives Day, we're asking you to Give 20 for 20! That is...give at least $20 in support of our 20 years of helping to give teens the information, knowledge and motivation they need to make healthy lifestyle choices. Click here to donate.
Metro Atlanta school districts are considering changes to a controversial, abstinence-centered sex education curriculum, which some health care advocates and parents argue doesn’t teach teens how to protect themselves from pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. GCAPP CEO Kim Nolte weighs in on the changes. Click here to read the article.
Jane Fonda discusses the "uphill battle" that began when she founded GCAPP, and the consistent progress that has been made ever since. Click here to listen to the interview.
It is a new day for GCAPP! GCAPP now stands for the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power & Potential. We are leveraging our 18-year history and our strength into something much bigger and we’ve broaden our focus beyond teen pregnancy prevention to now include physical activity and nutrition, and healthy relationships.
To improve the overall health and well-being of young people in Georgia to ensure a more powerful future for us all.
Our New Vision:
We believe all children are entitled to a safe and healthy adolescence characterized by hope, respect and the opportunity for a productive future.
The Meaning of POWER & POTENTIAL:
We empower young people to improve their overall health and well-being so that they are better equipped to make healthy lifestyle choices which will help them reach their full potential, thus, leading
Leveraging Our Strength:
As the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power & Potential, we connect our work back to the population we have a history of serving and continue to leverage our ability to advocate and mobilize for some of