The mission of the Lebanon County Teen Pregnancy Prevention and Support Network is to be the resource on teen sexual health for Lebanon County residents.
The Goal of the network is to connect parents, teens and professionals with Lebanon County resources.
The objective is of the network to prevent teen pregnancy through education, asset building and awareness. Also, advocate for the needs of teen parents in order to prevent future pregnancies during the teen years.
CORE PARTNERS INCLUDE:
- Nurse-Family Partnership-Pinnacle Health System
- Good Samaritan Health Systems
- Domestic Violence Intervention of Lebanon County
- Communities That Care (CTC)
- Child and Adolescent Service System Program (CASSP)
- Lebanon Family Health Services
Other affiliates include: Lebanon School District, Annville-Cleona School District, Cedar Crest High School, Sexual Assault Resource and Counseling Center (SARCC), Penn State Extension, Lebanon Pregnancy Center, IU-13 ELECT, Mentor a Mother.
Information for Teens
There are so many decisions to make about having sex. Am I ready? What are the risks? If I think I’m pregnant, what do I do next? View the answers to these questions and many more.
Being the parent of teen is never easy. Talking about sex with your teenager can be even harder. But there are resources to help you discuss sex and pregnancy with your child.
Education is the key to teen pregnancy prevention. If you are educating students on the responsibilities of relationships, sex and pregnancy, there are speakers & tools that can help.
Along with the Rotary Club of Lebanon County, the Teen Pregnancy Prevention and Support Network is proud to announce this opportunity for a teen parent (age 17-25) to attend one of HACC’s workforce development programs. Application available below and due April 30, 2019:
2019 TPPSN scholarship award