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Grantee Evaluations FY2010-2014

OAH grantees conducted rigorous program evaluations as part of the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program. The FY 2010-2014 TPP grantee cohort rigorously evaluated:

  • Replications of evidence-based programs to prevent teen pregnancy and/or associated sexual risk behaviors (Tier 1)
  • New and innovative programs to prevent teen pregnancy (Tier 2)

Study designs included random assignment and high-quality quasi-experimental evaluations. Evaluation technical support was provided to grantees to ensure rigorous methods and reporting.

Available grantee evaluation reports are posted on this page. Beyond the individual reports below, you can read summaries of the results for the TPP Tier 1 and TPP Tier 2 programs. You also can learn more about the federal-led evaluations that were conducted on some of the TPP programs. Some reports are featured in a themed supplement of the  American Journal of Public Health, released in the fall of 2016. For more information, read the summary of programs that were found effective at changing behaviors.

Tier 1 Replication of Evidence-Based TPP Programs

Tier 1 grantees replicated and rigorously evaluated evidence-based TPP programs.

  • Becoming a Responsible Teen (BART), Louisiana Public Health Institute; New Orleans, Louisiana | Abstract | Final Report
  • Children's Aid Society/Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program, Children's Home & Aid Society of Illinois; Chicago, Illinois | Abstract | Final Report
  • Children's Aid Society/Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program, Morehouse School of Medicine; Atlanta, Georgia | Abstract | Final Report
  • Delta D.R.E.E.A.M. Project/Aban Aya Youth Development Project, Youth Opportunities Unlimited; Lambert, Mississippi | Abstract
  • It's Your Game: Keep It Real (IYG), South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy; Columbia, South Carolina | Abstract | Final Report
  • It's Your Game: Keep It Real (IYG), University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston; Houston, Texas | Abstract | Final Report
  • Promoting Health Among Teens! Abstinence-Only, Program Reach, Inc.; Yonkers, New York | Abstract | Final Report
  • Safer Sex, Louisiana Public Health Institute; New Orleans, Louisiana | Abstract | Final Report
  • Seventeen Days, Carnegie Mellon University; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | Abstract | Final Report
  • Teen Outreach Program (TOP), Chicago Public Schools; Chicago, Illinois | Abstract | Final Report
  • Teen Outreach Program (TOP), City of Rochester Bureau of Youth Services; Rochester, New York | Abstract | Final Report
  • Teen Outreach Program (TOP), Florida Department of Health; Tallahassee, Florida | Abstract | Final Report
  • Teen Outreach Program (TOP), Hennepin County Human Services and Public Health Department; Minneapolis, Minnesota | Abstract | Final Report
  • Teen Outreach Program (TOP), Louisiana DHH Office of Public Health; New Orleans, Louisiana | Abstract | Final Report
  • Teen Outreach Program (TOP), Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest; Seattle, Washington | Abstract | Final Report
  • Teen Outreach Program (TOP), The Women's Clinic of Kansas City; Independence Missouri | Abstract | Final Report

Tier 2 Demonstration of New and Innovative TPP Programs

Tier 2 grantees evaluated new and innovative programs to prevent teen pregnancy or significant adaptations of evidence-based programs.

  • Alaska Promoting Health Among Teens, Comprehensive Abstinence and Safer Sex Project (AKPHATComp), State of Alaska, Department of Health and Social Services; Anchorage, Alaska | Abstract | Final Report
  • Ateyapi Identity Mentoring (AIM) Program—Adaptation of Project AIM, Rural America Initiatives; Rapid City, South Dakota | Abstract
  • Be yoU, Talented, Informed, Fearless, Uncompromised, and Loved (BUtiful)—Adaptation of SiHLE, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine; New Orleans, Louisiana | Abstract | Final Report
  • Be Yourself/Sé Tu Mismo, George Washington University; Washington, DC | Abstract | Final Report
  • Crossroads, Arlington Independent School District; Arlington, Texas | Abstract | Final Report
  • Haitian American Responsible Teens (HART), Boston Medical Center; Boston, Massachusetts | Final Report
  • Healthy Futures, Black Ministerial Alliance of Greater Boston; Boston, Massachusetts | Abstract | Final Report
  • Multimedia Circle of Life (mCOL), University of Colorado Denver; Denver, Colorado | Abstract | Final Report
  • Need to Know (N2K), University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio; San Antonio, Texas | Abstract | Final Report
  • Pono Choices, University of Hawaii; Honolulu, Hawaii | Abstract | Final Report
  • Positive Potential, PATH, Inc.; Valparaiso, Indiana | Abstract | Final Report
  • Positive Prevention PLUS, San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, San Bernardino, California | Abstract | Final Report
  • Will Power/Won't Power, Volunteers of America, Greater Los Angeles; Los Angeles, California | Abstract | Final Report
  • Reducing the Risk and Love Notes, University of Louisville; Louisville, Kentucky | Abstract | Final Report
  • Teen Outreach Program Plus Youth All Engaged (text messaging), Denver Health and Hospital Authority; Denver, Colorado | Abstract | Final Report
  • Web of Life, National Indian Youth Leadership Project; Gallup, New Mexico | Abstract | Final Report
Content created by Office of Adolescent Health
Content last reviewed on December 8, 2016