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Nationally, a campaign for Youth Pregnancy & Parenthood Awareness would include:

• Comprehensive sex education (K-12) that focuses on health risk as well as the mental, social, behavioral, and emotional effects that come with having a sexual relationship too early;

• Resources that describe the socio-economic impact on teen parent families and the community if we fail to eliminate barriers that lead to generational pregnancy and poverty;

• Provide school administrators tools and education to identify students who show signs of risky sexual behaviors, trauma, or have discussed adverse childhood experiences that would encourage an early sexual relationship; and

• Community conversations to propose and implement initiatives to support young families.   

Are you a parent, educator, or caregiver who needs help having the conversation? Learn more

Youth Pregnancy & Parenthood Awareness Day event and conversation, "The Talk."

These panelists shared their personal and professional opinions with parents, caregivers, and educators regarding sex and sexual health.


Host: Khrys Styles, Education Specialist

Dr. Rosemary Stein, Pediatrician & Family Expert (North Carolina)
Michael Johnson, CEO Boys & Girls Club Dane County, Wisconsin

Ericka L. Copeland, CEO Cincinnati Youth Copeland (Ohio)

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The talk

Articles to help talk with your teens about sex and healthy relationships


Having the talk about STD's & STI


Talking to your child about sexual abuse and seeking help

Resources if your child may be pregnant

Pregnancy help

Resources for your child for STD & STI Testing



Resources for your if they are in an abusive relationship

Abuse Help 

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