Youth Empowerment

Charity implies safety nets and band-aids.
I prefer ‘empowering’ ...creating trampolines and ladders rather than nets.

- Jane Fonda, Legend, Activist,
Youth Advocate, GCAPP Founder

Youth Empowerment Summit (YES!)

DECEMBER 6TH AT 9:30AM AT THE MACON CITY AUDITORIUM | Calling all high school students in Central Georgia! Come to have fun and walk away energized and informed! And if you’re selected for the Star Student Award, you could walk away with $200. Held for the first time in Macon, this youth-driven event will address issues and topics like goal setting, mental health concerns, academic pressure, healthy relationships, and a lot more.

Click here to see our YOUTH EMPOWERMENT accomplishments in our 2020 ANNUAL REPORT and to learn more about GCAPP and our five program areas.

Youth Advisory Council

Young people ages 16-24 serve as GCAPP ambassadors by inspiring and informing their peers, and by providing input and first-hand knowledge on issues facing adolescents.

Our College Strategy

A partnership with campus health & wellness departments to integrate sexual health information into online coursework.

For more information about these programs and services, contact


Sexual health info for young people by young people.

Our sexual health app and website for teens. TMI-Georgia is popular for its convenience and chat feature, providing users anonymity and confidentiality. Download the app and know what to expect.