Quest for Change programs focus on addressing key issues that prevent at-risk youth from reaching their full potential by focusing on improving the affects of family, school, peers, and community on their development. We’ve adopted a strategic approach to fulfill our mission and vision of helping young people avoid and overcome challenging situations. Core service area address a range of concerns, including substance abuse, mental health, teen pregnancy prevention, physical health, and poor academic performance.

Success For Life Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program
The goal of the Success For Life (SFL) Program is to reduce teen pregnancies among adolescent youth who are at greatest risks of STIs and most likely to bear children out of wedlock through and abstinence and positive youth development approach.


SFL Programs

  • Abstinence Education and Youth Development (AEYD) Program
  • Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention (CANP) Program
  • Competitive Abstinence Education (CAE) Program
  • Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Program
SFL Youth Leadership Council

Quest For Change Inc. Youth Leadership Council (YLC) is an advisory board consisting of young people committed to furthering the mission of Quest For Change, Inc. while positively impacting their communities through leadership, philanthropy, education and awareness.

There are 159 counties in Georgia-108 are rural and 51 are urban. As of 2012, Calhoun County ranks #2, Terrell County ranks #6, and Randolph County ranks #23 for the highest rate of teen births for all females, ages 15-19 years old.