The Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) program is a national, evidence-based program that funds diverse organizations working to reach adolescents to improve sexual and reproductive health outcomes and promote positive youth development.
OPA anticipates it will fund cooperative agreements under three grant cohorts (also known as Opportunity Numbers). Click on each cohort below to learn more:
- Tier 1 Replication of Evidence-Based Programs (AH-TP1-23-001)
- Tier 2 Rigorous Impact Cooperative Agreements (AH-TP2-23-001)
Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program (TPP) Continuum
OPA's four types of TPP projects interact along an innovation-to-scale continuum. In response to gaps in the evidence base, new or improved approaches are generated, tested and refined, and project teams evaluate for impact those approaches deemed most promising. In the following diagram, these Tier 2 projects are in purple, blue, and teal boxes. In communities across the country, programs deliver such evidence-based approaches to hundreds of thousands of youth as part of their holistic efforts to advance health equity. These Tier 1 projects are in a green box in the diagram. This dynamic model integrates innovation, learning, and feedback across all stages, to ensure TPP programs remain impactful and responsive to communities. Additional details are in the TPP Continuum Full Diagram. PDF content is undergoing Section 508 review and will be updated pending remediation. For immediate assistance, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.