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altOklahoma invests too few resources and funding in effective teen pregnancy and STD prevention programs - and the state’s perpetually high teen birth rate ranking shows it. Some good news: The number of births to Oklahoma females ages 19 and younger has been dropping in recent years thanks to more effective community partnerships, evidence-based programs, and efforts by young people themselves. The bad news: Oklahoma continues to be among the states with the highest teen birth rates, ranking far above the national average. Preventing teen pregnancy is an investment that will pay high dividends for our states young people, our future workforce and our state’s economic prosperity.


Oklahoma Overview

altOklahoma Alert (2014 FInal Data)


Teen Birth Rate Rankings by State (2014)

Ages 15 - 19

Ages 15 - 17, Younger Teens

Ages 18 - 19, Older Teens


Maps - Oklahoma Teen Birth Numbers by County (2014)

Ages 19 and Younger

Ages 10 -14

Ages 15 - 17, Younger Teens

Ages 18 - 19, Older Teens


Maps - Oklahoma Teen Birth Rates by County (2014)

Ages 15 - 19

Ages 15 - 17, Younger Teens

Ages 18 - 19, Older Teens


altOklahoma Youth Risk Behavior Survey (Sexual Behavior) - 2015


Pages from Older Teens-Teen Pregnancy PreventionOlder Teens: The Forgotten Age


2014 Final - Subsequent Births 2Oklahoma Teens - Subsequent births


OK KC Summary 2-10-2016 2OK KC Summary 2-10-2016Oklahoma KIDS COUNT - Facts at a Glance


The KIDS COUNT Data Center has over 100 indicators of child health and well-being. For Oklahoma’s state and county Teen Birth Data, scroll down to the HEALTH INDICATORS?Birth Outcomes section: http://datacenter.kidscount.org/data#OK/2/0.


Chlamydia in Oklahoma, 2012

Gonorrhea in Oklahoma, 2012

Syphilis in Oklahoma, 2012

Cumulative HIV/AIDS in Oklahoma as of 2012

Oklahoma Data from the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy

Children's Defense Fund - Children in Oklahoma