National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month
May is National Teen Pregnancy Prevention (NTPP) Month! Join us as we continue our efforts to prevent teen pregnancy among the nation's youth! This year we are focusing on adolescent resiliency, which will be highlighted in this year's NTPP Month Webinar.
Although U.S. teen pregnancy rates have reached historic lows, these rates are still substantially higher than in other western industrialized nations, and disparities among racial/ethnic minorities and geographic regions persist. Watch our video PSA, “We’re Not Done Yet,” to learn more.
NTPPM Webinar - The Foundations of Resiliency
Don't miss dynamic speaker, Horacio Sanchez, who will present on the topic of adolescent brain science and resiliency on Tuesday, May 19, 2020 from 3:00pm - 4:30pm ET. This engaging webinar will provide a new perspective on the discussion of adolescent resiliency! Check the Exchange event post for registration information.
5 Ways to Use The Exchange this Month
Create an account! If you haven’t registered yet, now is the time. You must be your grant’s primary contact to register. Once the primary contact signs up, they can add other staff and sub-grantees directly to the site. An account gets you exclusive access to resources like the Studio Tool and information about trainings. Have a question about registration? E-mail email@example.com.
Customize and add your organization's logo to promotional materials, including web badges, tip sheets, and infographics that have already been fact-checked and approved by FYSB with our award-winning Studio Tool.
Share how you plan to celebrate NTPP Month and connect with other grantees by posting on our Comment Wall. You can also post videos and photos highlighting the events and activities in your community.
Get tips and tools for ramping up your social media. Use our Social Media Toolkit to harness social media to address common challenges, like securing community buy-in or recruiting and retaining teen participants.
Search more than 90 resources—sortable by topic, format, and grantee type—that are designed to help you deliver adolescent pregnancy prevention programs that help youth avoid sexual risks and prepare for a successful transition to adulthood.