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The Teen Pregnancy & Prevention Partnership promotes adolescent sexual health and teen pregnancy prevention by uniting Missouri through advocacy, collaboration, training, and public awareness.

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Not Another Trivia Night - Anniversary Edition

Thank you to everyone for your support in our second “non-event”,  Not Another Trivia Night – Anniversary Edition. We appreciate your participation and donations in support of our mission.  If...

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Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month 2016

May is Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month, which means TPPP and our members have been busy sharing the good news about teen birth rates and learning together to better support young...

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Relationships Status: It's Complicated

Relationship Status: It’s Complicated Presented by Kaleigh Cornelison-Stanovsky, LCSW TPPP Members gathered on March 11th for our second professional development program of the year in our Healthy Adolescent Relationships series. Kaleigh...

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Not Another Trivia Night
Not Another Trivia Night

TPPP thanks everyone for their support of our first "non-event". We appreciate your participation as donors and online trivia supporters! If you missed it, we hope you will start following...

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Seeing the World Through the Lens of Trauma

January Professional Development Summary  Seeing the World Through the Lens of Trauma: The Impact of Trauma on Social, Emotional, and Health Outcomes  This year, all six TPPP Professional Development Meetings will connect...

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Supporting Pregnant & Parenting Teens in School

  The Family Resource Center's Missouri Mentoring Program staff presented first at the November Professional Development Meeting. They gave a detailed overview of their program and tips for mentoring. Family Resource Center...

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Supporting the Parkway School District

In July 2014, the Parkway School District Health and Physical Education Committee convened to review and revise the District's Sexual Health Curriculum Framework. Over the next year, the Parkway District...

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"The Talk": Tips for Parents and Those Who Work With Them

During the September Professional Development Meeting, Lorien Carter, MSW, lead TPPP members and participants in an interactive presentation about how to engage parents in having "the talk" with their kid(s)....

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Prepare for Missouri HB501

On July 14, 2015, Gov. Nixon signed HB 501 into law. HB 501 was introduced by Rep. Genise Montecillo and received bi-partisan support from both the Missouri House and Senate....

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Covering Consent Summary

On Friday, March 13th, TPPP was privileged to host a Professional Development Meeting with Christina Meneses from the YWCA St. Louis Regional Assault Center entitled “Covering Consent”. Christina introduced the...

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