Join GCAPP in partnership with United Way of Southwest GA, Family Connections, and community leaders from neighboring counties, for an important event about the overall health and well-being of young people in the Southwest, GA area. GCAPP continues to collaborate with partners in local communities throughout the state to identify ways we can support local efforts to improve the health and emotional and social wellness of youth. We are calling on youth-serving professionals and organizations, youth advocates, parents, and community leaders across sectors in Calhoun, Colquitt, Dougherty, Early, Mitchell, Randolph, and Terrell counties to join us for this important event focused on collaborative solutions.
GCAPP & Demographic Data
As an organization committed to advancing health equity across Georgia, GCAPP needs to collect demographic information on our stakeholders and the communities we serve. In addition to enabling GCAPP to fulfill our obligations to funders and partners, this information ensures we are engaging the communities we are committed to serving, informs our strategic direction and future activities, and enables us to measure the impact of our services across Georgia. We hope that you will share information about yourself, but please know that GCAPP strives to be inclusive of everyone so they can feel welcome and protected while disclosing their information so as you consider whether to share we want you to know several things:
Your decision to share personal demographic information is entirely voluntary; if you choose not to share there will be no penalty or consequences and you will still have full access to GCAPP’s services and resources
All information you share is kept confidential to the full extent allowed by law. All data is secured within GCAPP’s database accessible only to GCAPP’s Senior Leadership Team.
All demographic data are combined, summarized, and reported in group form so that it is impossible to identify individual people.