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Adapt an existing evidence-based program to address sexual risk behaviors among young women with depression and use mobile technology for a real-time, self-monitoring, and context-response.




Combine underutilized approaches in pediatric health care services including: structured contraceptive counseling prioritizing method effectiveness, peer advisors, and scheduled follow-up assessments with a health coach to address contraception compliance and side effects.



Combine two interventions (one for youth and one for parents) with a youth-parent session to contain bridging activities, English/Spanish resources, and reinforcement methods for Latino families to engage in conversations about teen pregnancy and life skills.



Develop a sexual health program with follow-up support as part of a mentoring program for African American young men addressing social determinants of health such as academic success, school connectedness, and connection to a caring adult.



Develop a program to train & support resident assistants on college campuses to serve as sexual health educators to college students.



Develop a mobile and interactive learning platform to improve sexual health outcomes and promote healthy relationships among pregnant and parenting teens in which teens can connect with a provider nearby and other teen parents.



Develop a peer mentorship program that trains former pregnant and parenting teens as mentors to draw upon their own success to provide support and information to current pregnant and parenting teens to reduce repeat teen birth and increase social support.



Develop a program to build the capacity of support workers, teachers, parents/guardians, healthcare providers, and other caregivers teaching youth with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities about sexual health and safety through empowerment and self-determination.



Integrate sexual health topics into a substance abuse-prevention model for American Indian adolescents that employs strengths-based positive youth development in experiential sessions, outdoor activities, service-learning projects, and a wilderness camp.



Expand reproductive health care delivery by expanding an existing online telehealth program to be accessed virtually through a mobile device so that teens can get the information, care, and support needed to ultimately prevent pregnancy.



Adapt a model for foster care agencies to build systemic support for sexual and reproductive health (SRH) for foster youth by training staff, creating organizational policies & practices, and enhancing the physical environment with SRH materials and messages.



Develop an intervention in which LGBTQ youth of color create public service announcements through video voice that are meaningful and relevant to their experiences and needs in preventing teen pregnancies, to disseminate through social medial.