publication . Preprint . 2014

Taking a Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program to the Home: The AIM 4 Teen Moms Experience, Implementation Report

Subuhi Asheer; Ellen Kisker;
Open Access
  • Published: 28 Feb 2014
Abstract
This report discusses findings from the first 18 months of a program implementation evaluation of AIM 4 Teen Moms, a teen pregnancy intervention designed to delay rapid repeat pregnancies among parenting teen mothers in Los Angeles.
Subjects
Medical Subject Headings: educationhuman activitiesbehavior and behavior mechanisms
free text keywords: Teen Pregnancy Prevention, AIM 4 Teen Moms, Family Support, jel:I

APPENDIX C: SUMMARY OF AIM 4 TEEN MOMS LESSONS ..................................C.1 Sexual Activity and Birth Control Use Among Participants at Baseline ......................................................................................................... 14 People Living with Participants in the Home .................................................. 17 Sample Characteristics .................................................................................A.3 AIM 4 Teen Moms Evaluation - A Snapshot.................................................... 2 Adherence to Planned Activities in AIM 4 Teen Moms Individual Sessions......................................................................................... 22 Adherence to Planned Activities in AIM 4 Teen Moms Group Sessions.............................................................................................. 22 7. Wrap Up & Take Home Activity

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