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Preventing Teen Pregnancy Among Marginalized Youth

Date: September 8, 2008

Developing a Policy, Program, and Research Agenda for the Future Healthy Teen Network, with support from the Annie E. Casey Foundation, has long explored how to better meet the needs of marginalized youth and subsequently reduce their risk for early pregnancy and parenting. In 2008, a year-long effort included a review of the literature on…

Citation: Healthy Teen Network. (2008). Preventing teen pregnancy among marginalized youth: Developing a policy, program, and research agenda for the future. Baltimore: Author.
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BDI Logic Model for Working with Young Families Resource Kit

Date: July 1, 2008

In response to a need voiced by professionals working with young families, Healthy Teen Network designed a Behavior-Determinant-Intervention (BDI) Logic Model for Working with Young Families in collaboration with various professionals in the field.

Citation: Desiderio, G., Wilson, M. M., & Max, J. (2008). A BDI logic model for working with young families resource kit. Baltimore: Healthy Teen Network.
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Keeping Pregnant and Parenting Students from Dropping Out: A Guide for Policymakers and Schools

Date: April 3, 2008

Providing better support for pregnant and parenting students is a critical step for schools to take in their efforts to reduce dropout rates. Graduating from high school improves pregnant and parenting teens’ chances of going on to further education and the workforce and avoiding poverty and/or the need to rely on public assistance. It also…

Citation: Healthy Teen Network. (2008). Keeping Pregnant and Parenting Students from Dropping Out: A Guide for Policymakers and Schools. Baltimore: Author.
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Promoting Healthy Teens

Date: October 2, 2007

This brochure focuses on the advantages of integrating HIV, STI, and pregnancy prevention education and services, tips for integrating a program or services, and HIV/pregnancy prevention resources.

Citation: Healthy Teen Network. (2007). Promoting healthy teens: Integrating HIV, STI, and teen pregnancy prevention education services. Baltimore: Author.
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Engaging Youth…On Their Turf: Creative Approaches to Connecting Youth through Community

Date: March 1, 2007

Healthy Teen Network believes it is the youth most disengaged from our usual systems of care and ultimately those most in need of positive messages and support. We believe it is our duty to find these young people and use any means possible to support their healthy development and transition to adulthood. We recognize the…

Citation: Kahn, A., Max, J., & Paluzzi, P. (2007). Engaging Youth… On Their Turf: Creative Approaches to Connecting Youth through Community. Washington, DC: Healthy Teen Network.
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Helping Teens Stay Healthy and Safe: Health Care, Birth Control, and Confidential Services (for Teens)

Date: November 10, 2006

The Helping Teens Stay Healthy and Safe series of brochures offers guidance to health care providers, teens (below), and parents of teens about ways they can deliver, receive, and support adolescents’ access to confidential contraceptive services. This brochure for teens teaches young people about confidential services and lets teens know how and what they can…

Citation: Healthy Teen Network & The Center for Adolescent Health & the Law. (2006). Helping Teens Stay Healthy and Safe: Health Care, Birth Control and Confidential Services (for Teens). DC: Author.
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Helping Teens Stay Healthy and Safe: Health Care, Birth Control, and Confidential Services (for Parents)

Date: November 10, 2006

The Helping Teens Stay Healthy and Safe series of brochures offers guidance to health care providers, teens, and parents of teens (below) about ways they can deliver, receive, and support adolescents’ access to confidential contraceptive services. This brochure helps parents and caring adults understand why supporting teens’ access to confidential services is consistent with good…

Citation: Healthy Teen Network & The Center for Adolescent Health & the Law. (2006). Helping Teens Stay Healthy and Safe: Health Care, Birth Control and Confidential Services (for Parents). DC: Author.
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Helping Teens Stay Healthy and Safe: Confidential Contraceptive Services for Adolescents: What Health Care Providers Need to Know about the Law

Date: November 10, 2006

The Helping Teens Stay Healthy and Safe series of brochures offers guidance to health care providers, teens, and parents of teens about ways they can deliver, receive, and support adolescents’ access to confidential contraceptive services. This report reviews the essential legal information health care providers need to know regarding confidential contraceptive services for adolescents.

Citation: Healthy Teen Network & The Center for Adolescent Health & the Law. (2006). Helping Teens Stay Healthy and Safe: Confidential Contraceptive Services for Adolescents: What Health Care Providers Need to Know About the LAw. DC: Author.
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Helping Teens Stay Healthy and Safe: Health Care, Birth Control, and Confidential Services (for Providers)

Date: November 10, 2006

The Helping Teens Stay Healthy and Safe series of brochures offers guidance to health care providers (below), teens, and parents of teens about ways they can deliver, receive, and support adolescents’ access to confidential contraceptive services. This brochure for providers discusses rationales for providing confidential contraceptive services to teens, support that exists in the policies…

Citation: Healthy Teen Network & The Center for Adolescent Health & the Law. (2006). Helping Teens Stay Healthy and Safe: Health Care, Birth Control and Confidential Services (for Providers). DC: Author.
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Boys Will Be Boys

Date: November 1, 2006

Cover Boys Will Be Boys

Research tells us that boys are exposed to child maltreatment and family violence at rates similar to girls, suffer different types of violence than girls, and experience their own gender-specific responses.

Citation: Kahn, A. & Paluzzi, P. (2006). Boys Will Be Boys: Understanding the Impact of Child Maltreatment and Family Violence on the Sexu
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