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Comprehensive community-based teenage pregnancy prevention

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Thursday, February 13, 2014 - 13:43
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Organizational Author: 
Collaboratory for Community Support
Individual Author: 
The Collaboratory for Community Support
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Place Published: 
Ann Arbor, MI
Published Date: 
August 2000
Published Date (Text): 
August 2000
Year: 
2000
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Abstract: 

This report, developed for community members in Battle Creek (Calhoun County), Michigan, is intended to provide examples and suggestions for a comprehensive, community-based approach to preventing teenage pregnancies. While the rate of teen pregnancies has recently been on the decline throughout the U.S, the national rate of 98.7 per 1000 girls ages 15-19 is still much higher than most other Western countries, and many communities are troubled by rates that far exceed this national average. (author introduction)

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