Responsible Behavior. Responsible Policies.
To improve the lives and future prospects of children and families and to help ensure that children are born into stable, two-parent families who are committed to and ready for the demanding task of raising the next generation.
The historic decline in teen pregnancy has been fueled by three factors: waiting to have sex; fewer sexual partners and better use of contraception.
Funding programs that work to reduce teen and unplanned pregnancy will save taxpayers billions of dollars every year, improve educational attainment, contribute to our economic competitiveness, improve the wellbeing of children and families, and reduce abortion.
On March 4, President Obama released his FY 2015 budget request, which reflects a commitment to maintaining or increasing funding for programs that reduce teen and unplanned pregnancy.
The @CDC says most parents have talked to their teens about sex & #birthcontrol. We have help for those who haven't http://t.co/fz5mZmoxWf
We just supported the #ND14 @ThunderclapIt! Want to get on board, too? http://t.co/xBkSA8mGxJ
@sydgrossman A few studies say that of course running is good, just not that much. We found it here: http://t.co/B516gKruJq
Looking for a quick and easy way to support the National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy? Look no further! http://thenationalcampaign.org/blog/one-easy-way-show-your-national-day-support
Have you ever had a #DTR (define the relationship) talk? We're dying to know! http://stayteen.org/polls/have-you-ever-had-dtr-define-relationship-talk
This gives a whole new meaning to morning wood.