Illinois Subsequent Pregnancy Program (ISPP)
Bureau of Child and Adolescent Health
Division of Community Health & Prevention
Illinois Department of Human Services
First-time mothers between the ages of 13 and 18 years.
To help teen mothers delay a subsequent pregnancy by practicing contraception effectively and consistently. It is also designed to help them:
- graduate from high school
- improve their parenting abilities, through curriculum-driven parenting instruction
- ensure that their children are properly immunized, have access to timely well-child check-ups and regular screening for developmental delays
Intensive home visiting, bi-monthly group meetings, case management, parenting instructions and more.
Services are provided by a home visitor and within group activities.
|Program Expenditure (Numbers in 000's)
|Number of Grantees
- 100% of children immunized
- 100% of children screened for developmental delay
- 100% of children received well child visits
- 1.5% subsequent pregnancy rate