This report further explores the connection between the fields of pregnancy prevention and youth employment. It provides "advice from the field" from five youth employment providers about their efforts to combat unintended pregnancy and to provide family planning services. In addition, it includes interviews with two experts in the youth employment and teen pregnancy prevention fields, who provide advice and essential information for practitioners. This report is intended to provide "how-to's" for staff in the youth employment field who wish to more innovatively integrate reproductive health education and unintended pregnancy prevention services into their programs.
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Title:: Advice from the Field: Youth Employment Programs and Unintended Pregnancy
Publication date: 2003-08-27
Publication Year: 2003 Christine Grisham
Center for Law and Social Policy (CLASP)
, pregnancy prevention
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