Teen Pregnancy Prevention

Since the founding of GCAPP, teen births in Georgia have decreased by 71% thanks to the work of many like-minded organizations. As a collaborative, we will work to reduce teen births by another 25% by 2025.

Georgia Public-Private Partnership for Teen Pregnancy Prevention

GCAPP leads this collective impact initiative of 20 partner organizations. While teen pregnancy is down in Georgia by 71%, we are working to reduce teen births by another 25% by 2025.

Click here to see our TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION accomplishments in our 2020 ANNUAL REPORT and to learn more about GCAPP and our five program areas.

Eban Initiative

A multi-dimensional, culturally tailored project that connects mentors with young Black men in Clayton County, ages 15-19. Eban mentors are adept at building culturally responsive relationships with young Black men in a structured, supportive environment. The project uses evidence-based interventions proven to reduce risky behavior while promoting healthy social and emotional development.

Macon-Bibb County Initiative

In partnership with the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services and led by GCAPP and Community Health Solutions, over the next three years we will align teen pregnancy prevention programs throughout Macon-Bibb and positively impact 3,600 youth between 13-19 years old.

For more information about the Macon-Bibb County Initiative contact us at info@gcapp.org.


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With your help we can build more programs and resources for better adolescent health.