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

Fact Sheet

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

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

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. 

May 2018

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