2016-2017 EHDI Grantees
The Eliminating Health Disparity Initiative (EHDI) is a grants-based program administered by the Minnesota Department of Health Center for Health Equity. EHDI was established during the 2001 Legislative session. The goal of EHDI is to improve the health status of Populations of Color and American Indians (POC/AI).
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Comunidades Latinas Unidas en Servicio (CLUES)
Project name: A Two-Generation Approach to Teen Pregnancy Prevention
Priority Health Area Implementation
Project Description: CLUES will use a two-generation approach to teen pregnancy prevention by engaging both a “parents as sexuality educators” model, as well as a six-week sexuality education course for Latino adolescents. Our approach provides both parents and teens with the tools and information they need to prevent teen pregnancy in the Latino community, while also aligning itself with the strong value placed on family within Latino culture.
EHDI Grant Activity Outcomes: 1. To improve the sexual health of young people. 2. To reduce the risk factors and increase the protective factors related to teen pregnancy.
Racial/ethnic group(s) to be served:
Priority health area(s):
Geography and Population Served: Latino adolescents and their parents. South Minneapolis in Hennepin County and The East Side of St. Paul, Ramsey County
Contact: Dale Dufault
797 East 7th Street
St. Paul, MN 55106
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Web site: www.clues.org/
Executive Director: Ruby Lee