In March 2018, competitive contracts and grants became available to fund medically accurate and age appropriate programs that reduce teen pregnancy.
The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health and the Administration for Children & Families announced a new research & evaluation effort.
American Journal of Public Health released a special supplement on findings from the TPP Program, a five-year grant program operated by OAH.
OAH awarded $2.9 million to five organizations to provide capacity building assistance to OAH-funded TPP Program grantees in five key priority areas.
A statement from OAH on National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month.
OAH awarded $1.6 million for programs to improve the health, educational, and social outcomes for expectant and parenting teens and their families.
OAH TPP Program released findings from implementing and evaluating teen pregnancy prevention programs.
OAH TPP Program announced 81 grants to non-profit organizations, school districts, universities & others in communities with high teen birth rates.
OAH awarded a $350,000 grant to support an online National HIV/AIDS Resource Center.