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evaluation of Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention and Pregnancy Services Board
|Other titles||Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention and Pregnancy Services Board|
|Statement||[prepared by Judith Frye ... [et al.]].|
|Series||Report / Wisconsin Legislative Audit Bureau ;, 95-6, Report (Wisconsin. Legislature. Legislative Audit Bureau) ;, 95-6.|
|Contributions||Frye, Judith E., Wisconsin. Legislature. Legislative Audit Bureau.|
|LC Classifications||HQ759.4 .A5 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||95621839|
Our Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (APP) Program offers comprehensive prevention and intervention programming to youth, families & community organizations in Boone and Story Counties, as well as the Southeast Valley School District. Programming is available in both group and individual settings. The mission of the Center for Instruction, Technology & Innovation's Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention and Services (APPS) Project is to coordinate the provision of high quality and innovative APPS strategies for the residents of the county.
Early Evaluation to Inform Expansion of a Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program If CAS/Carrera continues to expand into additional schools, and if the expectations for the Integrated School Model’s impact are realized and documented, education leaders—from principals to policymakers—will take notice, and a network of highly effective urban. Widespread concern about teenage childbearing led to the establishment of numerous intervention programs throughout the United States during the s. Nevertheless, between the mids and the early s, the teen birth rate rose in every state. This volume examines numerous prevention programs and makes recommendations for establishing effective Cited by:
Most families can work with teens to prevent unintended pregnancies. However, some families require the formation and help from intervention programs. Unfortunately, there exists little, if any, consistency in the success of such initiatives. To shed light on this problem, Katherine Nitz provides a review of current theories of sexual behavior. She also reviews existing intervention approaches to adolescent pregnancy and childbearing (e.g., pregnancy prevention education, programs to facilitate access to contraceptive services, and community-based life option programs).
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ACF’s Family and Youth Services Bureau and the Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation (OPRE) partner to support program evaluation efforts of the APP grantees. Since the start of the APP program, we have worked with grantees to integrate research into their programming, in order to learn, improve and advance the field of teen pregnancy.
Adolescent Health (OAH) in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). We especially thank Amy Farb, the OAH project officer for the Evaluation of Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Approaches (PPA) study, who has provided outstanding support and guidance throughout the project, and Alexandra Warner of OAH, who provided valuable support in.
PPA Evaluation of Adolescent. Pregnancy Prevention Approaches. BACKGROUND. The Evaluation of Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Approaches (PPA), conducted by Mathematica Policy Research, is a major federal effort to expand available evidence on effective ways to prevent pregnancy and reduce related sexual risk behaviors among teens in the United.
This report documents the final findings from a large-scale demonstration project and evaluation of Teen Options to Prevent Pregnancy, an month intervention designed specifically for pregnant and parenting adolescents with three key components: (1) telephone-based care coordination, (2) facilitated access to contraception, and (3) access to a social worker.
College for all Texans is provided by The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Healthy Teen Network is devoted to making a difference in the lives of teens and young families.
It is a national organization focused on adolescent health and well-being with an emphasis on teen pregnancy prevention, teen pregnancy, and teen parenting. The process is called Promoting Science-Based Approaches to Teen Pregnancy Prevention Using Getting to Outcomes (PSBA-GTO) and is described in this document.
It integrates the guidance and tools for program planning, implementation, and evaluation and is designed for the teen pregnancy prevention field. Assessment Tools.
SNHD Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program – Year 2 Evaluation Report Nevada Institute for Children’s Research and Policy 1. Executive Summary In the fall of the Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD) was awarded funding from the Federal Office of Adolescent Health to implement an evidence based teen pregnancy prevention curriculum.
The final report drew on the lessons learned by leaders in the adolescent pregnancy prevention field, including the program development and evaluation staff of the community demonstration teen pregnancy prevention programs funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other organizations.
PSBA-GTO (Promoting Science-Based Approaches to Teen Pregnancy Prevention Using Getting to Outcomes) is a comprehensive guide to help teen pregnancy prevention program managers employ science-based approaches as they 1) plan and set goals for prevention programs, 2) develop and conduct process and outcome evaluations of.
Adolescent pregnancy is an important public health issue and this valuable, well-referenced book covers the risk factors, child-family outcomes, and prevention√ is a very useful book for social workers and other professionals as a single source of current information about adolescent pregnancy and prevention."4/5(1).
marriage.2 Sincethe adolescent pregnancy In one evaluation of TOP, high school students from diverse Pregnancy Prevention attrition rate, inadequate follow-up). Results. Teenage Pregnancy: A Summary of Prevention Program Evaluation Results The attached table summarizes the results from 20 teenage pregnancy prevention program evaluations and divides programs into two main categories: • Those intended to prevent a first pregnancy.
• Those intended to prevent subsequent pregnancies. The table shows that. FIRST FIVE-YEAR COHORT. The first five-year cohort of the OAH TPP Program began in as one of six new federal evidence-based initiatives. Beginning inOAH provided $ million annually to 75 organizations to replicate evidence-based TPP programs (tier 1) and to 27 organizations to develop and evaluate new and innovative approaches to prevent adolescent Cited by: 9.
Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program. Under the Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Program, HHS’s Office of Adolescent Health competitively funded $ million in grants to states, non-profit organizations, school districts, universities, and others for a five-year project period.
Seventy-five million is dedicated to the replication of program. This map shows the headquarters of agencies funded through the CAPP and PREP initiatives in New York State, as well as the partners who make up ACT for Youth. The Comprehensive Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (CAPP) and Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) initiatives are community-based projects funded by the New York State.
Much evidence has documented the disproportionately high rates of adolescent pregnancy and childbearing and early sexual activity among the siblings of pregnant and parenting teenagers.
(1) Concern over this problem led to the creation of the California Adolescent Sibling Pregnancy Prevention Program (ASPPP) in Adolescent Suicide Prevention: An Introduction to the Risk Factors of Suicide and Resources for Vulnerable Youth Infographic Tribal PREP, PREIS, Competitive PREP.
Research indicates that sexual attitudes and beliefs are formed before age 12 and that many youth 12 and younger view abstinence as an appropriate pregnancy prevention method. Given this research, youth between the ages of 9 and 14 were chosen as the primary target audience of the "Not Me, Not Now" program.
Pregnancy Prevention For Providers With US teen pregnancy rates at an all-time low, health care providers play a critical role in maintaining and further reducing teen pregnancy rates through the care they provide to adolescents.
Receiving comprehensive reproductive health counseling regularly is a necessity for teens. Project Taking Charge: An Evaluation of an Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program* Stephen R. Jorgensen** The research reported in this article is an evaluation of an abstinence-based intervention program, Project Taking Charge, a combined sex and vocational education program for seventh grade students in high pregnancy-risk areas.
Section One ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY PREVENTION SERVICES Program Description The Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention and Services (APPS) program was created to provide a comprehensive array of services to at-risk, pregnant, and parenting adolescents through 21 years of age.
Specifically, the program is designed to address four statewide outcomes File Size: KB.To decrease teen pregnancies in Idaho, the Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (APP) program aims to provide youth and their parents/caregivers with access to sexual health education.
Studies show that sexual health education helps teens delay sexual activity, use condoms and birth control correctly, avoid sexually transmitted diseases, and prevent.California's Adolescent Sibling Pregnancy Prevention Program is targeted at these high-risk youths. METHODS: An evaluation of the program was conducted in – with 1, predominantly Hispanic 11–year-olds who had at least one sibling who was an adolescent parent or had been pregnant– youths who were program clients and