Evidence-based sexual health programs for youth involved with juvenile justice and child welfare systems: Outcomes across settings

@article{Combs2019EvidencebasedSH,
  title={Evidence-based sexual health programs for youth involved with juvenile justice and child welfare systems: Outcomes across settings},
  author={K. Combs and Elizabeth M Aparicio and Dana M Prince and Claudette L. Grinnell-Davis and Laura Marra and M. Faulkner},
  journal={Children and Youth Services Review},
  year={2019},
  volume={100},
  pages={64-69}
}
Abstract Introduction System-involved youth experience disproportionately high rates of teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. Although many evidence-based sexual health programs exist, few have been evaluated among system-involved youth. We aimed to assess the impact of two evidence-based programs (Making Proud Choices! and Be Proud! Be Responsible!) among this population, and to explore whether impacts differed by juvenile justice (JJ) and foster care (FC) settings. Methods… Expand

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