Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) grantees are changing the lives of young people around the nation. The TPP Successful Strategies present profiles of these ground-level change agents and highlights of the important work they are doing.
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City of Hartford
FY15-19: Hartford Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative (HTPPI) (Print - PDF)
Trinity Church Plan Be____
FY15-19: Trinity Church Plan Be____ Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program (Print - PDF)
Johns Hopkins University
FY15-19: Respecting the Circle of Life: Mind, Body and Spirit (Print - PDF)
Delta Health Alliance
FY15-19: Delta Health Alliance: Delta Futures Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program (Print - PDF)
Better Family Life, Inc.
FY15-19: Better Family Life Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program (Print - PDF)
Thrive: Sexual Health Collective for Youth
FY18-19: Central Oklahoma Teen Pregnancy Prevention Collaboration (Print - PDF)
Youth Services of Tulsa
FY15-19: Youth Services of Tulsa--Tulsa Area Teen Pregnancy Prevention Collaborative (Print - PDF)
Public Health Management Corporation
FY15-19: Promoting Awareness through Live Movement and Sound – Teen Pregnancy Prevention (Print - PDF)
Republic of the Marshall Islands
Youth to Youth in Health, Inc.
FY15-19: Youth to Youth in Health, Inc.: Republic of Marshall Islands Teen Pregnancy Prevention Project (Print - PDF)
Mary Black Foundation
FY15-19: The Mary Black Foundation's Connect Initiative to Reduce Teen Pregnancy (Print - PDF)
South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
FY15-19: Accelerating Progress--Strengthening Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiatives Among High-Need SC Populations (Print - PDF)
Texas A&M University
FY15-19: Innovative Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs (iTP3) (Print - PDF)
University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
FY15-19: University of Texas-San Antonio Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiatives (Print - PDF)
Mission West Virginia
FY15-19: Mission West Virginia's Teaching Health Instead of Nagging Kids (THINK) (Print - PDF)