Past Teen Pregnancy Prevention Grantees 2020-2023

The Office of Adolescent Health (OAH), which merged with the Office of Population Affairs (OPA) in June 2019, administers the Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) program to implement and evaluate teen pregnancy prevention programs. It is one of six federal evidence-based initiatives that use the best evidence available to address social issues. From July 2020 to August 2023 (Fiscal Years 2020-2023), these grantees:

  • Implemented evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention programs in communities with demonstrated great need
  • Increased capacity in communities to serve vulnerable youth, including homeless youth, parenting youth, and those in juvenile detention and foster care
  • Rigorously evaluated interventions that could contribute to adolescent optimal health, prevent teen pregnancy, and reduce sexually transmitted infection rates
  • Tested new, innovative approaches to combating teen pregnancy

Optimally Changing the Map for Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP20 Tier 1) – 2020-2023

TPP Innovation and Impact Networks (TPP20 Tier 2) – 2020-2023

  • Albany State University
    (Albany, Georgia)
    Program Name: Stronger Together: Community Partnerships for Youth Health Innovations
    Annual Funding: $1,174,860
  • DC Primary Care Association
    (Washington, District of Columbia)
    Program Name: DC Network for Expectant & Parenting Teens (DC NEXT!)
    Annual Funding: $1,586,720
  • Education, Training and Research Associates
    (Oakland, California)
    Program Name: The Youth Engagement Network (YEN): Strengthening Youth Engagement in Sexual Health Programs
    Annual Funding: $1,532,000
  • Fact Forward
    (Columbia, South Carolina)
    Program Name: Empowered SC: Creating Linkages for Youth of Color in South Carolina
    Annual Funding: $1,839,280
  • James Madison University
    (Harrisonburg, Virginia)
    Program Name: SexEdVA: Disability-Inclusive Sexual Health (DISH) Network
    Annual Funding: $1,262,480
  • Morehouse School of Medicine
    (Atlanta, Georgia)
    Program Name: Statewide Network among Partners for Parents/Caregivers (SNAPP)
    Annual Funding: $1,860,000
  • National Center for Youth Law
    (Oakland, California)
    Program Name: California Reproductive Health Equity Project for Foster Youth (CA RHEP)
    Annual Funding: $1,211,370
  • Planned Parenthood of Greater New York, Inc.
    (New York, New York)
    Program Name: Project SHINE - Sexual Health Innovation Network for Equitable Education with Youth with Developmental Disabilities
    Annual Funding: $930,000
  • Texas A&M University
    (College Station, Texas)
    Program Name: Comprehensive Healthcare for Adolescents Initiative (CHAI)
    Annual Funding: $1,860,000
  • The Policy & Research Group
    (New Orleans, Louisiana)
    Program Name: Juvenile Justice Innovation and Impact Network
    Annual Funding: $930,680
  • The University of Texas at Austin
    (Austin, Texas)
    Program Name: Texas Foster Youth Health Initiative (TFYHI)
    Annual Funding: $1,860,000
  • Thrive, Inc.
    (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma)
    Program Name: Central Oklahoma Caregiver Innovation and Impact Network: Achieving Optimal Health and Preventing Teen Pregnancy and Sexually Transmitted Infections
    Annual Funding: $1,378,520
  • Washington State Department of Health
    (Tumwater, Washington)
    Program Name: Youth Sexual Health Innovation Network
    Annual Funding: $1,859,770

Phase 2 Rigorous Evaluation of Promising TPP Interventions (TPP20 Tier 2 Phase 2) – 2020-2023

Optimally Changing the Map for Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP20 Tier 1) – 2021-2023