The Georgia Public-Private Partnership For Teen Pregnancy Prevention (P3)
Developed a vibrant, high-functioning Public-Private Partnership with 14 organizations
- Developed a P3 Charter with a mission, vision, goal, and purpose, roles and responsibilities, levels of participation, and guidelines for participation.
Set state goal to reduce teen pregnancy by 1/3 by 2020.
- Developed a common strategic plan and implementation plans with five strategic areas of focus.
- Developed shared measures to collect and assess the impact of P3.with five strategic areas of focus.
Aligned $6 million in funding in 2013 to support evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention and youth development programs, and evidence-based reproductive and sexual health services.
- Georgia’s Department of Public Health, Division of Family and Children Services and Department of Education have changed their practices to support evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention and youth development programs and provide training and technical assistance within their systems.
- The United Way of Greater Atlanta has aligned its funding to support evidence-based programs as a way of “insulating the education pipeline.”
- GCAPP is providing ongoing training and technical assistance to 120 organizations to implement evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention programs across the state.
- CAI-Cicatelli Associates Inc. is providing training and technical assistance to improve access to, and the efficiency and effectiveness of healthcare delivery systems.
- Emory University, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology is providing evidence-based sexual and reproductive clinical services to teens in several clinics and training and support to clinicians.