Training For Partners

We provide customized trainings to teachers, schools, youth-serving organizations and professionals, youth, and parents on a broad range of topics.

Training For Partners

Giving young people the knowledge, information, skills, and the motivation they need to maximize their potential is at the heart of our work.  This empowers youth to make healthy choices along their adolescence journey, thereby resulting in a healthier generation of youth, families, and communities. We provide services to help our partners in a variety of ways, including providing expert trainings each year to hundreds of teachers, youth-serving organizations and providers, parents, and youth themselves.

GCAPP’s highly skilled training staff combines broad expertise with decades of experience in adolescent sexual health and youth development. Our services are customized to meet your needs and designed to help organizations develop and implement effective prevention programs and strategies to advance their cause and mission.

Training Options for K-12 School Partners

  • Reproductive Anatomy, Birth Control, STIs
  • Reproductive Resources for Students
  • Comprehensive Sex Ed 101
  • Sexual Violence in the Media
  • Sexual Violence 101
  • Minors’ Rights in Georgia
  • GSM, LGBTQ+, GSRD
  • How to Engage with Students
  • Trauma and Creating Spaces in the Classroom (for Virtual Instruction)
  • How to How to Choose a Curriculum Option

For more information, please contact Keri M. Hill, Ph.D., MPH, CHES, Senior Director, School-Based Initiatives,
at (404) 475-6047 or Keri@gcapp.org.

Training Options for Community Partners

  • Sexual Health overviewWorking with LGBTQ Youth
  • Trauma informed sexuality education/tips for answering sensitive questions
  • Engaging parents in sexuality education/how to be an askable adult
  • Engaging males in teen pregnancy prevention
  • Youth Mental Health First Aid
  • Connection Matters: Supporting Children with Childhood Trauma & Improving Resiliency
  • Fostering Our Children with Understanding and Support (FOCUS): Training for potential and current foster parents.
  • Training of Health Educators
  • Making A Difference: An Evidence-Based, Abstinence Approach to Teen Pregnancy and HIV/STD Prevention
  • Making Proud Choices
  • Promoting Health Among Teens
  • Be Proud Be Responsible Be Protected
  • Sexual Violence 101
  • Minors’ Rights in Georgia

For more information, please contact Dion Walker-Smith, MPH, Director, Community-Based Initiatives
at Dion@gcapp.org.

Training Options for Parent Groups

  • Getting the Best Use Out of GCAPP’s Parent Toolkit
  • Connected Caregiver
  • Sexual Health Overview at Every Stage of Development
  • Better Communications with LGBTQ Youth
  • Trauma-Informed Sexuality education/Tips for Answering Sensitive Questions
  • How to Be an “Askable” Parent
  • Engaging Males in Teen Pregnancy Prevention
  • Youth Mental Health First Aid
  • Fostering Our Children with Understanding and Support (FOCUS): Training for Potential and Current Foster Parents
  • Minors’ Sexual Health Rights in Georgia
  • Connections Matter

For more information, please contact Dion Walker-Smith, MPH, Director, Community-Based Initiatives
at Dion@gcapp.org.

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