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What counties are part of True You Maryland?

True You Maryland brings together partners in six rural Maryland counties—Allegany, Washington, Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester.

What counties are part of True You Maryland?

True You Maryland brings together partners in six rural Maryland counties—Allegany, Washington, Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico, and Worcester.

What are the goals of True You Maryland?

True You Maryland aims to achieve a…

  • 15% reduction in Maryland rural county birth rates; a
  • 10% reduction in Maryland rural county youth STI rates; and a
  • 20% reduction in racial disparities in Maryland rural county teen birth and STI rates.
How many people does True You Maryland intend to reach each year?

True You Maryland intends to reach 4,378 high school youth, 876 youth in the community, and 438 parents/caregivers/trusted adults in Year 1 (2020-2021). See our logic model for more information on the project.

Even though True You Maryland is a state-level project, we are part of a national wide program of the Office of Population Affairs. See their website to learn more about other grantees and how they are changing the lives of young people across the country.

Who's who? Where can I find everyone's contact information?

Please update this information on your quarterly report, as well as whenever a new staff person is added/removed from the project. Contact Shanise for staffing changes.

Have staff changes? Let us know!

Please update this information on your quarterly report, as well as whenever a new staff person is added/removed from the project. Contact Shanise for staffing changes.

I'm a partner! Where can I find all our shared files and documents?

The True You Maryland County-Level Partners folder on Google Drive is your one-stop shop for everything you need. Yes, it’s restricted, so if the link doesn’t work for you, you can request access.

In this folder, you’ll find:

  • Project overview presentation slides 
  • County-level systems team members’ roles and expectations
  • Project Work Plan
  • Project-wide meeting agendas and notes
  • Youth Advisory Board resources
  • OPA Tip Sheet: Evaluation Strategies for Virtual Implementation in Response to COVID
  • Recording of the Positive Prevention PLUS Crosswalk with Maryland’s Health Education Framework
  • And more…

Each county also has a dedicated subfolder—this is where you should save your project-related files.

Where do I submit my requests, reports, and logs?

Adaption Requests

Adaptation requests are submitted in an online request form.

Quarterly Reports

Healthy Teen Network subcontractors submit quarterly reports using the online report submission form. Local health departments and Maryland Department of Health subcontractors submit quarterly reports via email to Christine Johnson.

Fidelity Monitoring Logs

Stay tuned for how to submit fidelity monitoring logs!

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 This project is/was supported by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Population Affairs (OPA), Teen Pregnancy Prevention Tier 1 grant, 1 TP1AH000234-01-00, as administered by the Maryland Department of Health.  The information or content presented are those of the author and shall not be construed as the official position or policy, nor any endorsement, by HHS, the Federal Government, or the Maryland Department of Health. 

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