The Office of Adolescent Health is responsible for implementing and administering the national, evidence based Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Program, a competitive grant program.
In July 2015, OAH announced funding for its second cohort of grantees. OAH received 419 applications and 81 organizations were awarded funding to support replication of evidence-based TPP programs in multiple settings in communities with the greatest need; increase capacity of organizations to implement evidence-based TPP programs focusing especially on serving especially vulnerable youth, including homeless youth, parenting youth and those in juvenile detention and foster care; support and foster early innovations to fill gaps in the knowledge of what works to prevent teen pregnancy; and develop and rigorously evaluate new, innovative approaches to combating teen pregnancy.
- List of TPP Grantees (FY2015-2019)
- Capacity Building to Support Replication of Evidence-Based TPP Programs (Tier 1A)
- Replicating Evidence-Based TPP Programs to Scale in Communities with the Greatest Need (Tier 1B)
- Supporting and Enabling Early Innovation to Advance Adolescent Health and Prevent Teen Pregnancy (Tier 2A)
- Rigorous Evaluation of New or Innovative Approaches to Prevent Teen Pregnancy (Tier 2B)
- Grantee Map (FY2015 – 2019)