Our Collective Work

The goal of P3 is to reduce Georgia teen births by 1/3 by 2020.
OUR STRATEGY:

 

— OUR APPROACH —

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— P3 WORKGROUPS —

CLINICAL PRACTICES
Works to increase awareness of teen pregnancy’s impact and proven pregnancy prevention strategies for clinician’s managers and the staff in clinical environments. The Clinical Practices Workgroup’s efforts also focus on identifying and removing barriers to clinical services for youth.

EVIDENCED BASED PRACTICES
Works to increase the number of teens served and strengthen the capacity of  provider organizations to coordinate and adopt best practices in adolescent sexual and reproductive health.

SYSTEMS CHANGE
Works to strengthen underlying systems and advance supportive conditions and best practices to prevent teen pregnancy and promote healthy youth development.


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  • Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH), Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ), Department of Family and Children Services (DFCS) and the Department of Education (DOE) all have made changes in their practice to support implementing evidence-based programs and providing training and technical assistance.
  • P3 partners are providing training and technical assistance to 160 organizations and schools.
  • Surveyed OB/GYNs and Pediatricians to better understand adolescent sexual health practice patterns and training needs.
  • P3 partners are collaborating on funding announcements with $6 million in total funding aligned for 2014.
  • P3 partners secure $25,000 in funding from Peach State to support the Georgia Ob/Gyn Society’s purchase of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) and to provide training and technical assistance to physicians on the effective use of LARC postpartum.
  • P3 was highlighted in the Georgia Center for Non-Profits “Now” Magazine focusing on the “Power of Partnerships”.