This brief summarizes the findings from a recent update to an ongoing systematic review of research on teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infection prevention programs.
The TPP Replication Study tests whether three evidence-based program models previously shown to be effective in a single study demonstrate effectiveness when implemented with fidelity by Office of Adolescent Health grantees.
This article describes the mental health challenges teen moms face and highlights a Denver-based program that integrates mental health screening and treatment into their existing medical care.
These reports illustrate the findings of 41 rigorous evaluations conducted from 2010 to 2015 through the OAH Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Program.
This webpage provides a list of resources for parenting teens, their families, and professionals who work with them.
This slideshow highlights the six FYSB adulthood preparation subjects that grantees of the Personal Responsibility Education Program teach to help prepare young people for adulthood.
This article highlights a recent study which examined why teens talk with extended family members about sex and what they discuss.
These reports illustrate the findings of 41 rigorous evaluations conducted through the OAH Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Program.
This slideshow features free apps that can help youth avoid pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.
This report shares FYSB’s key accomplishments over the past two years specifically related to ending youth homelessness, domestic violence, and teen pregnancy.
"Change starts with one person and can grow really fast."
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