OPA Awards $56.3 Million in Grants to Replicate Effective Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Programs

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Contact: HHS OASH Press Office

The Office of Population Affairs at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services today announced the award of $56,300,000 for 49 new grants to organizations to “Optimally Changing the Map for Teen Pregnancy through Replication of Programs (Tier 1).” The grants start on July 1, 2020 for a three-year project period.

Funded grantees will aim to have a significant impact on improving the optimal health of adolescents and reducing teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections through saturation of communities with the greatest needs and disparities by using a systems thinking approach to replicate effective programs with fidelity. The 49 grantees will implement effective programs in communities that have demonstrated great need across 26 States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. States served by grantees will include Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

FY2020 TPP Tier 1 Grantees
Grantee Name City State Annual Funding
AccessMatters Philadelphia PA $755,630
Adelphi University Garden City NY $1,121,974
Albizu University San Juan PR $1,455,000
Augusta Partnership for Children, Inc. Augusta GA $727,500
Baltimore City Health Department Baltimore MD $1,274,025
Bethany Christian Services of Michigan Grand Rapids MI $1,039,229
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee Milwaukee WI $1,141,593
Campesinos Sin Fronteras Somerton AZ $1,042,593
Capacity Builders, Inc. Farmington NM $595,079
Centerstone of Tennessee, Inc. Nashville TN $996,889
Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Durant OK $1,337,020
Cicatelli Associates, Inc. New York NY $1,455,000
City of Austin Austin TX $797,102
Community Action Corporation of South Texas Alice TX $999,100
Delta Health Alliance, Inc. Stoneville MS $1,454,979
Fact Forward Columbia SC $828,978
Fulton County Board of Health Atlanta GA $942,608
Fund for Public Health in New York, Inc. New York NY $1,455,000
Future Net, Inc. (dba EyesOpenIowa) West Des Moines IA $688,700
Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power and Potentional, Inc. Atlanta GA $1,455,000
Illinois Department of Human Services Springfield IL $1,139,265
Indiana State Department of Health Indianapolis IN $1,455,000
Institute of Women and Ethnic Studies New Orleans LA $1,455,000
James Madison University Harrisonburg VA $956,669
Maryland Department of Health Baltimore MD $1,414,194
Meeting Street Massachusetts Dartmouth MA $587,066
Mission West Virginia, Inc. Hurricane WV $1,442,055
Morehouse School of Medicine Atlanta GA $1,455,000
Multnomah County Health Department Portland OR $1455,000
North Texas Alliance to Reduce Unintended Pregnancy in Teens Dallas TX $855,769
OIC of South Florida Fort Lauderdale FL $1,455,000
Oklahoma City County Health Department Oklahoma City OK $1,455,000
Pascua Yaqui Tribe Tucson AZ $1,069,440
Planned Parenthood of Greater New York, Inc. New York NY $1,169,723
Planned Parenthood of the Heartland, Inc. Des Moines IA $684,461
PRO Youth and Families, Inc. Sacramento CA $823,964
Project Vida Health Center El Paso TX $1,431,653
Sasha Bruce Youthwork, Inc. Washington, DC DC $1,069,464
SHIFT NC Durham NC $1,434,691
South Carolina Center for Fathers and Families Columbia SC $1,355,162
Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System Foundation Spartanburg SC $1,454,762
Teen HYPE Youth Development Program Detroit MI $1,402,349
Temple University Philadelphia PA $1,454,740
The Children's Council Lancaster SC $658,712
The Regents of University of California, San Francisco San Francisco CA $829,916
The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital Columbus OH $860,467
Touchstone Health Services Phoenix AZ $1,300,692
Trinity Church, Inc. Miami Gardens FL $1,455,000
Utah State University Logan UT $1,157,267



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