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Summer Institute | Call for Presentations

SC Campaign will host its 20th annual conference in N. Charleston, SC and is now accepting presentation proposals for our 2019 Summer Institute. Apply today!

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Teen Birth Rates Continue to Decline

Between 1991 and 2017, the South Carolina teen birth rate has declined by 70%.

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Online Learning Center

Our Learning Center is designed to provide access to innovative resources, workshops, online learning modules and evidence-based interventions.

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NotRightNowSC.org

Our NOT RIGHT NOW website is full of great resources for teens and their parents!

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The SC Campaign was founded in 1994 to combat increasingly high rates of teen pregnancy in our state. Our mission is to improve the health and economic well being of individuals, communities, and the state of South Carolina by preventing teen pregnancy.

sex ed in schools

We ensure that local leaders and educators have the tools they need to keep their communities healthy.

We encourage community leaders and educators to teach teens about sex, preventative methods, and health care services. That's why we have dozens of campaigns dedicated to teaching communities what they need to know to prevent teen pregnancy.

Personal Perspectives

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Contraceptive Leadership Summit Highlights

The South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy held its 2018 Contraceptive Leadership Summit October 24-25 in Myrtle Beach at the Marriot Resort and Spa at Grand Dunes. The Summit gathers health professionals from across the state of South Carolina to share best practices and new...

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GET THE FACTS

Fact Sheets & Reports

Teen pregnancy prevention efforts should be guided by the best research available. At the SC Campaign, we stay abreast of the latest research and data and regularly develop fact sheets that highlight the latest information on issues impacting youth across the state.

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Latest News

South Carolina’s Teen Birth Rates Continue Decline but There’s More Work to Do

We are fortunate to see continued declines – 70% decrease since 1991. However, as always, there is much more to do!

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Supporter Recognition

SC Campaign would like to recognize the organizations and individuals that help us continue our work.