Teenage pregnancy prevention community-wide initiatives: Integrating clinical services, evidence-based programs, and community-wide strategies
Wednesday, November 4, 2015: 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Under Tier 2 of the Teen Pregnancy Program, in 2010, in a partnership between the Office of Adolescent Health (OAH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Office of Adolescent Health (OAH) funded eight community based organizations and CDC funded five national training organizations to implement the 5-year cooperative agreement, Teenage Pregnancy Prevention: Integrating Services, Programs, and Strategies through Community-Wide Initiatives. Additionally, the Office of Population Affairs (OPA) funded a Title X partner to implement the community-wide initiative. The community-wide initiatives are implemented in geographically defined communities with high rates of teen births and teen pregnancy, with a focus on African American and Latino youth aged 15-19. Community-wide initiatives were required to focus on five key components: community mobilization, evidence-based programs, clinical services, stakeholder education, and working with diverse communities. This panel session provides a forum to describe the overall initiative, including evidence-based strategies implemented within each of the key components. An in-depth review of two key components will be discussed: evidence-based programs and clinical services. Mid-project data will be presented, and successes, challenges, and lessons learned from the community-wide initiatives will be highlighted. Each presentation will also include grantee examples of lessons learned from implementing the initiative in their specific community.
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Organized by: Population, Reproductive and Sexual Health
Endorsed by: Women's Caucus