Teenage Pregnancy Prevention
Ashland Parenting Plus provides small group education for teens regarding sexuality, reproductive biology, relationships, communication, career information, budgeting, and high risk behaviors. These groups meet in high schools and middle schools throughout Ashland County for most of the school year, as well as supportive mentoring throughout the summer. These groups are funded through a grant from the Ashland County Department of Job and Family Services as well as Ashland County United Way.
For more information, contact the director or your school’s guidance counselor. You can also find more information about teen pregnancy prevention at www.teenpregnancy.org.
In-School Pregnancy Prevention Presentations
APP provides one- or two-day presentations focused on reproductive biology, high risk behavior, contraception, STDs, and the costs and counsequences of teen sexual activity and pregnancy. Funding for these presentations is through the Ashland County United Way and participating school districts.
To arrange for a presentation, contact the director at (419) 281-3788 or via catherine(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parentingplus.org.