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Tribal families suffer from the generational effects of historical trauma. Find out how a program in Alabama is strengthening parent-child communication and relationships to prevent pregnancy among tribal youth.

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Adolescent pregnancy prevention efforts are evolving. Keep your program current by accessing FYSB’s newest suite of APS tip sheets, and see what adulthood preparation subjects can do for your APP program. 

Upcoming Events

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April is National Financial Literacy Month! By empowering youth to invest in the future, you can help them avoid potential roadblocks, like unintended pregnancy, along the way.

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According to the Juvenile Offenders and Victims: 2014 National Report, 61% of youth under the age of 17 were exposed to violence in the past year, either as a witness or a victim. Learn how you can make a difference during National Youth Violence Prevention Week, which takes place April 3-7, 

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Are you a new Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (APP) grantee?
Get tips and strategies to support your efforts.

Access Our Grantee Welcome Package

WE’RE NOT DONE YET

Vulnerable Youth Remain at Greatest Risk for Teen Pregnancy

Youth in foster care are 2x more likely to become pregnant by age 19 than other youth.
Hispanic and black teen girls are about 2-3 time more likely to give birth than white teen girls
Lesbian and bisexual teens have 2x the risk of unintended pregnancy than their heterosexual peers.
430,000 youth in 2014 were served by Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program grantees

You can help  Prep Teens for the Future

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