Exciting news for APP Grantees! The new appropriations bill passed by Congress included a two-year extension for FYSB’s Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program. The increases and grant program extensions in this bill enable FYSB to complete its mission-critical work of supporting the organizations and communities that work every day to put an end to youth homelessness, adolescent pregnancy, and domestic violence. Get the key highlights in this blog post.
Helping tribal youth regain pride in their heritage through culturally appropriate adolescent pregnancy prevention programs fosters healthy relationships and other healthy life skills.
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.
New resources help you incorporate adulthood preparation in your Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention program
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.
How teens are communicating online, and how it can help your program
From texting to Snapchat to Instagram, teens have no shortage of ways to communicate with one another. But how do this online activity affect their offline relationships? Read this blog post to discover how teens are dating in the digital age and how to keep their relationships healthy.
New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveal that lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) youth experience significant health disparities. Find out how your program can support and engage these vulnerable youth.