Teen Pregnancy Prevention Outcomes: Implications for Social Work PracticeFamilies in Society (2001)
AbstractTeen pregnancy rates have begun to decline after a 25-year period of stability; nevertheless, more than one million adolescents between the ages of 15 and 19 become pregnant each year. Teen pregnancy prevention programs have emerged to postpone unwanted pregnancies to the benefit of the children involved and the public fiscally.
- teen pregnancy; social work practice
Publication DateMarch, 2001
Citation InformationDeb Monahan. "Teen Pregnancy Prevention Outcomes: Implications for Social Work Practice" Families in Society Vol. 82 Iss. 2 (2001)
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