*Interviews for this podcast took place before School Based Health Centers (SBHC) were re-opened and able to serve not only students of the schools housing the SBHC but also other members of the Washington, D.C. community. View here.(Begins at 16:58)
What Worries You ?
Because of COVID-19, face-to-face gatherings, which included DC Campaign conferences, parent workshops and teen town hall meetings, were no longer possible. New ways of staying connected had to be explored. DC Campaign decided to do a series of podcasts. You can listen to our podcasts while you work, from the comfort of your home, or while you are on the go. Please share your ideas for future podcasts with DC Campaign here.
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A Little of Our Story
DC Campaign To Prevent Teen Pregnancy Conferences
When DC Campaign was founded in 1999, we discovered that many people working on the same issues and often in the very same neighborhoods, had never joined forces or even met! Our conference series was developed to connect local youth-serving professionals with national experts, provide opportunities for networking, developing collaborations and partnerships and building a strong teen pregnancy prevention movement. In addition, the conferences introduced new research and cutting-edge topics related to teen pregnancy prevention. DC Campaign has convened a total of 39 conferences for hundreds of participants. Previous conferences can be viewed on here