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The Young Adult Guidance Center, Inc.’s mission is to empower young people to be great. YAGC effectuates this mission by providing young people with prevention, intervention, and educational training offerings that aim to comprehensively address their individual needs.

Our organization believes that honor, truth, trust, and integrity are the most important ingredients in any relationship.

The YAGC vision is for young people to be successful, healthy, and economically secure adults who will serve as role models for the next generation.

We believe this will help to break the inter-generational cycle of poverty, despair, or chaotic circumstances that may be present in their lives.

What's Up NewsLetter


The Young Adult Guidance Center's agency is governed by a volunteer board of directors with a membership of nine officers. The group is made up of dedicated community citizens. Teachers, Social Workers, lawyers, and Ministers who conduct quarterly meetings. The members serve on the following (4) committees: Executive committee, Finance and Fundraising Committee, Program Evaluation Committees, and Personnel Committee.

The characteristics of the population served are male and female young adults residing or found homeless in Fulton County.

Our consumers ranged from ages 12-26 years of age. YAGC provided case management, counseling, mentoring and mental assessment to consumers while on an annual caseload.


The Young Adult Guidance Center's What's Up Newsletter provide readers with a weekly update about things they need to know. Our agency located at 250 Georgia Ave, Suite 203, Atlanta Georgia, 30312 provides a host of essential services to disadvantage youth and their families.

The Young Adult Guidance Center is now offering service to assist individuals in affording the cost of Georgia State Identification. Individuals must show proof of Fulton County residency. YAGC, Fulton County sponsored Helpful Hands initiative also provide an array of services to Fulton County at-risk, homeless, and disadvantaged citizens of Georgia. Call 404-257-6412 to leave a message.