PREP at a Glance: Pregnancy Prevention Among Youth in Foster Care

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PREP at a Glance: Pregnancy Prevention Among Youth in Foster Care

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The Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) provides important resources to address high rates of teen pregnancy among youth in care, as well as with other high-risk populations. Many states focus PREP funding toward youth in the foster care system. This has inspired important cross-system collaboration among state health and child welfare agencies, as well as with local partners. The examples within this document highlight PREP’s important work with foster youth. 

April 2021

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