Hoyleton Youth and Family Services

Teen Pregnancy Prevention

Helping young women make healthy and proud choices.

The teen pregnancy prevention program is an evidence-based program that teaches pregnancy prevention and health lifestyle choices youth and adults in the community and to youth living in DCFS therapeutic residential facilities in Central and Southern Illinois.

About the Curriculum

The teen pregnancy prevention program is a residential-based program that provides education about adolescent relationships, self-esteem, and safe sex methods in various residential facilities throughout Southern and Southwestern Illinois. The curriculum used for this program is Making Proud Choices and is delivered over an eight-week time frame.

This program is funded through the Illinois Department of Human Services and seeks to empower youth to make informed sexual decisions.

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