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There are resources to help build effective teen pregnancy prevention programs and community-wide prevention efforts. We have included some of the basics here -- “how-to” booklets for planning prevention programs and special events; research showing the connection between risk reduction and protective factors; links to information about specific evidence-based programs in Oklahoma; and links to helpful resources provided by key national organizations. Several exciting teen pregnancy prevention initiatives are underway in Oklahoma City, Tulsa and other communities across our state. We look forward to sharing news about those efforts.

Oklahoma Teen Birth Data

CDC – Teen Pregnancy Prevention

National Campaign to Prevent Teen & Unplanned Pregnancy (NCPTP)


BDI Logic Model Overview 1-2014BDI Logic Model
The Behavior - Determinant - Intervention (BDI) logic model, created by Dr. Douglas Kirby, is a useful tool for designing, strengthening and evaluating programs to reduce adolescent sexual risk-taking, pregnancy, HIV and other STDs.

Getting to Outcomes-OK! (GTO-OK):

GTO-OK! Manual - 2nd editionunder revision

Getting to Outcomes (GTO): RAND Corporation report

Medical Accuracy Definition 2-5-2009Medical Accuracy Definition:
The Oklahoma Interagency Council on Adolescent Pregnancy and STDs affirmed the medical accuracy definition published in the Journal of Adolescent Health.

(October 2008):


AJPH Article

Program Evaluation Basics: Under revision

Resources for Program Professionals (wide range of topics):

Cherokee Nation

Choctaw Nation

Oklahoma County
Central Oklahoma Teen Pregnancy Prevention Collaboration – Community Plan

Oklahoma City-County Health Dept. – HHS Office of Adolescent Health Grant
The Oklahoma City-County Health Department, working with the Oklahoma County Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Collaboration and its partner organizations are replicating evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention programs in education, health and community college settings serving 10 zip codes in central Oklahoma City that have some of the highest teen birth rates in the community and state. Contact: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Oklahoma City-County Health Dept. - Teen Pregnancy Prevention PREP Grant

Oklahoma City-County Health Dept. - Wellness Now/Adolescent Health
For information about the OCCHD Wellness Now Adolescent Health/Teen Pregnancy Prevention Collaboration's activities, contact This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Teen emPower

Variety Care – Teen Clinic

Tulsa County
Tulsa Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
The Tulsa Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy equips the community with strategies to reduce teen pregnancy for the purpose of improving the health and economic well-being of our citizens.

Tulsa Health Dept. PREP Program
The Tulsa Health Department’s Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) helps empower young adults to make responsible decisions, and educates them about the dangers and risks associated with sexual activity. The goal is to prevent teen births and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV.

Youth Services Tulsa – PregNOT
The goal of PregNOT is to help youth avoid high risk behaviors, prevent pregnancy and STDs and focus on achieving positive life goals. The program is provided in housing authority sites, to Youth Services clients and as part of the Juvenile Bureau District Court programs.

Youth Services Tulsa – HHS Office of Adolescent Health Grant
Youth Services of Tulsa (YST), the Tulsa Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy and the Community Service Council are working in partnership to advance efforts to prevent teen pregnancy. The partnership is delivering evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention programs in middle school, high schoo, alternative school, juvenile detention, community-based and clinic settings. Contact: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , Youth Services of Tulsa, or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , Tulsa Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy.

Choctaw Nation:
Choctaw Nation: HHS

Choctaw Nation: ACF

Oklahoma City – Variety Care Teen Parent Advocate, Emerson and Capitol Hill High Schools

Tulsa – J.A.M.E.S., Inc.
J.A.M.E.S., Inc. provides financial and educational assistance to pregnant and parenting teen mothers who enter institutions of higher learning, providing the resources and support to help them succeed in college and in life.

Tulsa and Broken Arrow - Margaret Hudson Program
The Margaret Hudson Program provides comprehensive academic and family support services to help teen mothers succeed in life and parent healthy families. The program is provided in the Tulsa and Broken Arrow Public School Districts.

PROGRAMS: YOUTH IN CARE (Foster Care or Juvenile Justice)
Power Through Choices
Power Through Choices: My Life, My Choices is an innovative sexuality education and skill-building curriculum designed with and for youth living in foster care and other out of-home care settings to help reduce risks related to teen pregnancy, HIV, and other sexually transmitted infections.

Power Through Choices Demonstration and Evaluation Project
This project, a rigorous 3-state, multi-year research study designed to test the effectiveness of the revised Power Through Choices curriculum, was directed by the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy. Primary funding was provided by the DHHS Administration on Children and Families, with additional support from the Evidence-Based Practices section of the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

Youth Asset Study – 9 Key Assets

Youth Asset Study – Longitudinal Report

Child Trends

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

HHS/Administration on Children & Families

HHS/Office of Adolescent Health

Healthy Teen Network

National Campaign to Prevent Teen & Unplanned Pregnancy