Teen Parenting Program Evaluation

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Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Programs: Interventions and Evaluations

Perspectives on young parents as peer educators in a teen pregnancy prevention program June 2018
Research on the success of the peer education approach in reducing risky sexual behaviors is mixed. Even so, youth prefer peer educators as facilitators of information, making this approach worthy of further exploration. Peer educators and frontline staff implementing this approach can provide useful insights about what works and what does not, which can inform researchers and program staff who plan to use a peer education approach...



Evaluation of FASD Prevention Evaluation of FASD Prevention

Evaluation of FASD Prevention and FASD Support Programs
This website compiles evaluation frameworks, methods, tools, and indicators of success to support the work of community-based FASD prevention programs for pregnant women and new mothers, and supportive intervention programs for adults and older youth with FASD.

Family and Youth Service Bureau Family and Youth Service Bureau

Evidence-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program Models In order to identify programs effective in reducing behaviors that increase the risks of pregnancy and STIs, HHS conducted an independent systematic review of programs to reduce teen pregnancy STIs, and associated sexual risk behaviors. This review established criteria for assessing the quality of an evaluation study and the strength of evidence for a particular intervention

The International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research The International Journal of Alcohol and Drug Research

Building a framework for evaluation of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder prevention and support programs: A collaborative Canadian project Vol 3, No 1 (2014) Rutman This article discusses a Canadian project that is designed to identify promising evaluation methods and create common evaluation frameworks for FASD prevention programs serving pregnant women and mothers, and FASD supportive intervention programs serving youth and adults living with FASD. A social determinants of health perspective guided the project

University of Texas Social Work Program University of Texas Social Work Program

Assessment of Intensive Case Management Models for Pregnant and Parenting Teens (2010) Assessing two delivery systems for pregnant and parenting adolescents. Despite the differences between the Tandem and TPS models, both programs are grounded in a youth development framework and both emphasize a comprehensive, individually-tailored approach to case management. Priorities for each client include the development of a long-term, close and sustained relationship with a caring, reliable adult; client-driven goal setting; improved emotional wellness; strengthened social support networks; and progress toward self sufficiency