Minnesota's Healthy Teen Initiatives
Minnesota's Healthy Teen Initiative (HTI) (PDF) is federally funded through the Family Youth Services Bureau (FYSB) Abstinence Education Grant Program (AEGP).
In 2017, the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) received $999,106 in federal State Title V Abstinence funds to support the Healthy Teen Initiative. This program aims to decrease risk factors and increase protective factors associated with teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) for Minnesota's most vulnerable youth populations.
Minnesota's Healthy Teen Initiative targets its AEGP funding to the following agencies to reach populations experiencing the greatest disparities in teen pregnancies and STIs through the implementation of high quality, medically-accurate, evidence-based and informed programs to promote healthy youth development, abstinence, and to delay the onset of sexual activity in youth 10-14. In addition, the HTI implements evidence-informed programs that reach parents of youth 10-19, and adult mentors that interact and/or work with youth 10-19.
- Division of Indian Work - Healthy Teen Initiative (PDF)
- Family Tree Clinic - Healthy Teen Initiative (PDF)
- Hennepin County Human Service and Public Health Department - Healthy Teen Initiative (PDF)
- Northwest Indian Community Development Center - Healthy Teen Initiative (PDF)
- St. Paul-Ramsey County - Healthy Teen Initiative (PDF)
- Watonwan School District - Healthy Teen Initiative (PDF)
- West Side Community Health Services - Healthy Teen Initiative (PDF)