Working with Expectant and Parenting Teens to Prevent Subsequent Teen Pregnancies
Did you know that in 2012, almost one in five (17 percent) births to 15- to 19-year-olds were to females who already had one or more babies. This webinar will include a presentation by Dr. Lorrie Gavin from the CDC on the rates of subsequent teen pregnancies, followed by a presentation from two HHS grantees, Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services and Iredell-Statesville Schools, on how they are working in communities and schools to prevent subsequent teen pregnancies.
Date & Time: May 22nd from 2:00-3:00pm ET
1. Describe the recent research on the rates of subsequent teen pregnancies
2. Identify 2-3 strategies for preventing repeat teen pregnancies
Participants can join the event directly at: https://www.mymeetings.com/nc/join.php?i=PW2426882&p=9721941&t=c
Domestic Sex Trafficking and Its Intersection with Teen Pregnancy Prevention
This webinar will provide an overview on the connection between domestic sex trafficking and teen pregnancy prevention. Learn about linkages to appropriate treatment and social support services to assist youth in overcoming the impact of trauma and exploitation, and strategies to incorporate positive youth development and awareness of sexual exploitation into pregnancy prevention programming. For more information and to register, visit https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8953667690189663746.
It Takes Two to Make a Baby: Engaging Males in Teen Pregnancy Prevention
Engaging men and boys in teen pregnancy prevention is critical. Join us to hear from JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. about the significance of engaging males in teen pregnancy prevention and the social determinants that influence young men. The webinar will also showcase how three HHS grantees, The Village for Families and Children, Cicatelli Associates Inc., and Southeast Mississippi Rural Health, are engaging males in teen pregnancy prevention.
Date & Time: May 28th from 2:00-3:30pm ET
1. Describe strategies and best practices for engaging males in teen pregnancy prevention
2. Discuss how social determinants affect young males
3. Identify three examples of how organizations are engaging males in the prevention of teen pregnancy
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