Briefly: Implementing Evidence-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs with Youth in Foster Care

Briefly: Implementing Evidence-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs with Youth in Foster Care

The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy Youth in Foster Care Briefly presents information about how states and communities are providing teen pregnancy prevention programming to youth in foster care. Insights were gathered through interviews with Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) Grantees (both State and Competitive), the evaluation of a project to adapt and integrate an evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention program into child welfare systems, and conversations with other federally funded Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Program grantees serving youth in foster care. This briefly seeks to provide information about best practices for evidence-based programing, address challenges that may arise when working with this population, and discuss implications as it pertains to youth in foster care.

Publication date: October 2015

Suggested Citation(s): The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy. (2015). Briefly: Implementing Evidence-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs with Youth in Foster Care. Washington, DC: Author.

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