We promote the prevention of teen pregnancies and sexually
transmitted infections as being in the
best interest of adolescents, their
families and society.
We endorse evidence-based research which confirms that effective sexual
health education is abstinence-first,
comprehensive, age-appropriate, and
We believe those who parent children are
and should be the primary source of
their values We support families
and communities playing a key
role reducing teen pregnancy and
promoting adolescent sexual health.
We celebrate the diversity of
individuals and beliefs in the community
and believe the complex issue of
adolescent sexual health requires
multiple approaches and the use of
research- proven curricula and programs.
We believe in raising awareness of
the causes and consequences of teen
pregnancy and providing an atmosphere
for professionals and parents to learn
about proven and promising
We recognize the impact of social and
health disparities on teen pregnancy and
adolescent sexual health and support
efforts to improve access to services.
We believe complete information leads to better choices and
outcomes for all.