Oklahoma City-County Health Department
Project Overview: Oklahoma City-County Health Department, working with the Oklahoma County Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Collaboration and its partner organizations will replicate evidence-based TPP programs in five education and health care settings located in 10 zip codes in central Oklahoma City neighborhoods with an average teen birth rate of 83.7 per 1,000 teen girls. Evidence-based TPP programs including Cuidate!, Making Proud Choices, Making a Difference, Be Proud! Be Responsible!, Draw the Line/Respect the Line, and Sisters Saving Sisters will be implemented in elementary and middle schools (6-8th grades), high schools, colleges, and health clinics. The project will reach 4,700 youth between the ages of 12-19 annually.
Target Population: Youth ages 12-19 years old in targeted Oklahoma City neighborhoods
Geographic Area Served (Urbanicity of Community): 10 zip codes in Oklahoma County (Urban)
Teen Birth Rate in Area Served (Per 1,000): 83.7