SC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Begins New Executive Search

March 31, 2016

CEO Forrest Alton to Transition into Consulting Work
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Putting the "E" in Excellence

March 21, 2016

Chief Community Investment Officer Erin Johnson receives coveted spot as one of The State's 20 Under 40
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Register Now for Summer Institute 2016

March 15, 2016

Media Personality and Social Worker Lorna Little to Host the SC Campaign’s Annual Teen Pregnancy Prevention Conference
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South Carolina healthcare leaders join nation’s cancer centers in endorsement of HPV vaccination for cancer prevention

January 28, 2016

Joint statement urges parents, young adults and physicians to act to increase vaccination rates
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A Lay of the Legislative Land

January 27, 2016

The SC Campaign’s Legislative Liaison Ashley Hunter and CEO Forrest Alton give a peek inside SC’s State House
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Calling All Innovators!

January 5, 2016

Funding Opportunity for Innovative Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs
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Start Early Stay Late: Teens in South Carolina are Delaying Pregnancy, Just Not Long Enough

December 8, 2015

South Carolina’s teen birth rate has declined 61 percent since peaking in 1991, continuing decades of success for communities across the state.
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Contraceptive Summit Spurs Creative Dialogue Surrounding Teen Pregnancy Prevention

November 24, 2015

The South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Leads Two-Day Conference for Health Leaders
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Let's Talk Month Encourages Adults to Talk with Youth about Love, Sex & Relationships

September 22, 2015

Shane Salter to headline statewide activities to promote effective parent-child communication during Let's Talk Month in October.
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2015 Kids Count Report Shows Continued Decline in South Carolina Teen Birth Rate

July 24, 2015

This week, the Annie E. Casey Foundation released its latest Kids Count report, positioning South Carolina in its highest ranking to date – moving from 45th to 42nd in the nation for child well being. Improvements in education, health, and family/community played a role in the state’s ranking.
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