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Recent News & Research
In this report, DACA youth indicate that they often either avoid care completely or seek care outside of the mainstream medical system, except in instances of serious health need. Key barriers to accessing care include cost, limited health care literacy,…
The Journal of Adolescent Health’s May supplement is devoted to “Driver Distraction”. The supplement contains 10 articles on the topic and is viewable without a subscription.…
Despite the importance of good nutrition to healthy adolescent development, adolescents and young adults get up to one third of their daily calories from fast food, which has low nutritional value. Adolescents are generally healthy, though, and this is an…
Check out AHWG’s Trauma & Resilience Toolkit.
Developed by the Adolescent Sexual Health Working Group (ASHWG), these resources are specifically intended for adult providers and educators of adolescent sexual and reproductive health.
Recently updated with 2010 data, this is a collection of county-specific data about the health status of adolescents in Excel format
The ASHWG Data for Adolescent Births, AIDS and STD are now updated with 2011 data
The Dibble Insitute’s August Webinar will be held Wedneday, August 13th at 1PM (PST): Getting to the Heart of the Matter: Relationship Education for Juvenile Detention and Re-Entry Programming
Teen parenting, poor refusal skills, early sexual involvement, and family complexity…
“Synergy: Achieving More Together” is the theme of Healthy Teen Network’s 2014 conference, which will take place in Austin this October.
Find out more.
The California Partnership’s statewide domestic violence conference takes place September 17-19, 2014 in Los Angeles.
Responding to timely developments in our state and nation, The California Partnership has chosen the theme Connecting the Dots: Domestic Violence, Health & Well-being. Within…