Teen Pregnancy Prevention-Primary Program (TPP-P)

Helping Families. Supporting Communities. Empowering Individuals.

What is the purpose of this service?

To support community-based services to reduce first time teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases and HIV infection through a combination of health education and health services.

Who can receive these services?

Youth ages 10-19

What services are offered?

Services and information cover

  • sexuality education
  • reproductive health
  • contraceptive use
  • usage and availability of health services
  • the risk of sexually transmitted diseases and HIV infection
  • and healthy life choices

These services are offered via in-school and/or after-school programs.

How to participate in this program?

To participate in this program, you must contact the Teen Pregnancy Prevention - Primary Program Provider in your community area/county. There are 40 providers statewide.

Additional Information:

About the Teen Pregnancy Prevention-Primary Program