Are you a Jackson County high school teen? Want to join the TPPI at your school and become an advocate for sexual health in your school! Our meetings are fun and it's a great way to meet teens from around the community.
If you are a teen who is interested in becoming part of the TPPI Teen Advisory Council to represent your school, contact Kaitlyn Sievert at
768-2150 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Need to check your facts on sexual health? Take this interactive quiz just for teens! http://getthesexfacts.com/
Parents: Do you know that you are your teen's #1 influence regarding decisions they make on love, relationships, and sex?
It is not a one time talk....it's a conversation that should last 18 years.
Start early and let your kids know that you are an "askable" parent.
Don't foget the boys - Talk to sons as well as daughters.
Click here for a Family Discussion Guide that will help you communicate better with your children.
The mission of the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative (TPPI) is to reduce the teen pregnancy rate and address contributing factors for Jackson County's young people.
The TPPI is a community-wide effort led by the United Way of Jackson County and the Jackson County Health Department.
Teen pregnancy is a community health concern with many complexities that requires long-term comprehensive solutions. The Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative is committed to working towards improving the sexual health of teens in Jackson County.