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South Central
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1020 Washington St N
Twin Falls ID 83301-3156
(208) 737-5900


  

 

Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention

Teen Pregnancy Facts in Idaho and South Central Public Health District

Teenagers

In an effort to decrease teen pregnancies in the State of Idaho, the Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (APP) program was created to provide sexual health/risk avoidance education and activities to reinforce what is taught. This program teaches youth and their parents/caregivers through an evidence based curriculum called "Reducing the Risk." Reducing the Risk helps teens to:

For more information about the Reducing the Risk program and ETR Associates, visit their website: www.etr.org

Teen Pregnancy Facts:

For information on teen pregnancy in Idaho, and facts and information for parents and teens, please visit: www.idahoteenpregnancy.com

 

Mt. Harrison High School

The "Reducing the Risk" curriculum is presently taught at Mt. Harrison High School (MHHS). Along with classes being taught, the MHHS Student Council is working to reinforce principles of Positive Youth Development including: adolescent pregnancy prevention, healthy relationships and leadership through peer group activities that encourage positive behavior.

 


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Teen Pregnancy Prevention Quiz.
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Local Contact

For more information about the Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention program at South Central Public Health District, or if you would like help getting the "Reducing the Risk" curriculum into your school, please contact:

Adria Masoner
Health Education Specialist
2311 Parke Ave, Unit 4 Ste 4
Burley, ID 83318
Phone: (208) 678-8221
Email

 

Links

The National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

Shoulder to Shoulder

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) – National
Prevention Information Network

The Naked Truth

Last Updated November 14, 2014 8:38 AM      © 2008 South Central Public Health District