Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative Replication Kits Available from PASHA


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With the announcement of the new Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative from the Department of Health and Human Services, funding opportunities to replicate evidence-based programs are available.

Nine school- and community-based programs from Sociometrics' PASHA collection were selected as eligible for replication under this Initiative. Click here to view an Overview Table to find the right Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program for you.

Funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and the Office of Adolescent Health in the Department of Health and Human Services, Sociometrics' Program Archive on Sexuality, Health, and Adolescence (PASHA), is a collection of effective program replication kits designed to reduce teen pregnancy and STI/HIV/AIDS in adolescents. Each PASHA program package includes all materials to replicate the intervention, the instrument used in the intervention's original evaluation, and additional resources for evaluation including a Prevention Minimum Evaluation Data Set (PMEDS) and a Local Evaluation Consultant Network Directory. In addition, Sociometrics provides free telephone technical support on implementation and evaluation for one year. Fidelity Toolkits have been provided to monitor program implementation and maintain fidelity to core components.

Find out more below to determine which program is best suited to your community:

Individual Replication Kits in the Department of Health and Human Services Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative

ABAN AYA Youth Project

ABAN AYA Youth Project:
Investigators: Brian Flay, DPhil, Sally Graumlich, EdD, CHES, & the ABAN AYA Team
This is an Afrocentric social development curriculum instructed over a four-year period, beginning in the fifth grade.
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2011 Program Update ($8.20 - $39.70)
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FOCUS

FOCUS: Preventing Sexually Transmitted Infections and Unwanted Pregnancies among Young Women
Investigators: Cherrie Boyer, Mary-Ann Shafer, Lance Pollack, Kelli Betsinger, Y. Jason Yang, Julius Schachter, Richard Shaffer, Stephanie Brodine, & Heidi Kraft
This a four-session cognitive-behavioral group intervention addressed preventing sexually transmitted diseases and unintended pregnancies that was originally delivered to young women US Marine Corps recruits.
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2011 Program Update ($165)
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Horizons

Horizons
STI/HIV Sexual Risk Reduction Intervention for African American Girls

Investigators: Ralph J. DiClemente, Gina M. Wingood, Eve S. Rose, Jessica M Sales, Delia L. Lang, Angela M. Calienda, James W. Hardin & Richard A. Crosby
HORIZONS, an interactive two-session STI-prevention intervention, was developed to address a range of risk factors, including personal, relational, sociocultural, and structural factors. The overall goals of the intervention are to reduce recurrent STIs and enhance STI/HIV preventive behaviors.
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Rikers Health Advocacy Program

Rikers Health Advocacy Program (RHAP)
Investigators: Stephen Magura, Janet Shapiro, & Sung-Yeon Kang
This program, originally developed for use with incarcerated male adolescent drug users between 16 and 18 years of age, consists of four one hour small group sessions focusing on health education issues, particularly HIV/AIDS.
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2011 Program Update ($5.40)
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Safer Sex Intervention

Safer Sex Intervention
Investigators: Lydia A. Shrier, Rose Ancheta, Elizabeth Goodman, Victoria Chiou, Michelle R. Lyden, & S. Jean Emans
This program is an individualized STI intervention program aimed at sexually active young women, ages 13-23, who have been diagnosed with an STI. The overall goals are to reduce high-risk sexual behaviors, increase condom use and prevent the recurrence of an STI.
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2011 Program Update ($5.40)
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Sexual Health and Adolescent Risk Reduction (SHARP)

Sexual Health and Adolescent Risk Prevention (SHARP)
Investigators: Angela D. Bryan, Sarah J. Schmiege, PhD, & Michelle R. Broaddus
This program is an intensive, interactive single-session intervention lasting 3-4 hours that incorporates videos, lecture, group discussion and activities. Overall SHARP program goals are to deepen STI/HIV knowledge, improve correct condom use, reduce sexual risks and alcohol use and set long-term goals to utilize knowledge and skills learned during the session.
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Health Workshops for Young Black Women

SiHLE: Health Workshops for Young Black Women
Investigators: Ralph DiClemente, Gina Wingood, Kathy Harrington, Delia Lang, Susan Davies, Edward Hook III, M. Kim Oh, Richard Crosby, Vicki Stover Hertzberg, Angelita Gordon, James Hardin, Shan Parker, & Alyssa Robillard
This program was developed to address the STI/HIV/AIDS prevention needs of African-American adolescent girls, ages 14-18.
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2011 Program Update ($31.40)
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HIV Prevention for Adolescents Low Income

Teen Health Project: Community-Level HIV Prevention Intervention for Adolescents in Low Income Housing Development
Investigators: Kathleen J. Sikkema, Jeffrey A. Kelly & the Teen Health Project Team
This program was developed for adolescents ages 12 to 17 living in low-income housing developments.
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2011 Program Update ($30.50)
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