Washington State Department of Health
Project Overview: The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) Adolescent Health Program will work with state partners to adapt and test the All-Stars Curriculum, a character education program that emphasizes decision-making and goal-setting. Through the curriculum they aim to improve adolescent health, address sexual risk, and reduce teen pregnancy rates in Washington. The program will be implemented in-school to high school students ages 15-19 in Walla Walla, WA. The program serves all students but will be implemented in schools with large Latino populations. The DOH will use a quasi-experimental design to study the impact of the curriculum.
Target Population: High school students ages 15-19
Geographic Area Served (Urbanicity of Community): Walla Walla, WA (Rural)