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TPPP offers exciting professional development meetings five times a year, an annual conference, an annual Sexual Health 101, and National Sexuality Education Standards trainings. Members receive free entrance to our professional development meetings and discounted rates for our other trainings.

The work, progress, and mission of TPPP depend heavily on the dedication and commitment from the Partnership Board, our committee volunteers, and the participation of individuals within our community, like you! The membership fee for individuals and agency representatives provides financial support for TPPP’s ongoing programming.

TPPP is excited to invite you and your agency to become TPPP members.

Membership is your opportunity to support and be involved in the efforts to prevent teen pregnancy. Your membership makes you a part of a large community of concerned individuals who are making a positive impact on the prevention of teen pregnancy and STDs in Missouri.

Member Benefits:

  • Free admission to our professional development & networking meetings
  • Reduced registration rates for our annual conference
  • CEUs for professional development sessions (for a small fee)
  • Eligibility to serve on the TPPP Board
  • Invitations to partnership sponsored events

Membership with the Partnership means more opportunities to collaborate with other agencies, more “best practices” programs, more resource information, and more updates on current issues; all used toward preventing unplanned teen pregnancy throughout the state of Missouri.

There are 2 different types of memberships:

  • Organization Membersannual membership fee is $100 Up to 4 staff members are included; additional staff can be added for $10 each.
  • Individual Members: annual membership fee is $25

Teen pregnancy affects us all, individually, as a community, and as a nation. The United States has the highest rate of teen pregnancy in the industrialized world. Despite recent declines, the Missouri teen pregnancy rate is still higher than the national rate, and teens are also disproportionately impacted by sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Join us in our mission to help prevent unplanned teen pregnancy and STIs by improving communication, education, and policies; staying informed; getting involved and raising awareness.