Federal Funding Streams Dedicated to Preventing Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy at a Glance

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Federal Funding Streams Dedicated to Preventing Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy at a Glance

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There are several federal funding streams for teen pregnancy prevention education—which total approximately $290 million annually. In addition, funding for Title X helps prevent unplanned pregnancies—and support people's power to decide if, when, and under what circumstances to get pregnant and have a child—by offering high-quality contraceptive services, preventive screenings, and information, primarily to low-income individuals. This document has a chart summarizing current funding levels, followed by descriptions of each stream.

January 2020

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