<strong>Informational Webinar</strong><br>

Informational Webinar

Register for the informational webinar  to unpack the FOA and answer your questions regarding upcoming funding opportunities.  

According to the Family Youth Service Bureau:

The goal of the TPP 2 grant is to establish, coordinate, and support a multidisciplinary network of partners to develop, refine, and test innovative interventions and to disseminate those demonstrated to be effective in improving optimal health and preventing teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STI).within key priority areas. Applicants will select one priority area, and will establish, fund, coordinate, and support a multidisciplinary network of partners to develop and test innovative interventions in the selected priority area and disseminate those interventions that demonstrate effectiveness. Priority areas represent critical systems, populations, and/or program components for which significant and strategic investment in innovation and testing is necessary to make an impact on optimal adolescent health and, particularly, teen pregnancy and STI rate disparities. The priority areas include (1) juvenile justice; (2) foster care/child welfare; (3) caregivers; (4) expectant and parenting youth; (5) youth with disabilities; (6) youth access to and experience with sexual health care; and (7) youth engagement. Within the selected priority area, awardees and their network will explore, develop, test, refine, and evaluate many types of innovative interventions to reach the goal of preventing teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). They will disseminate their findings throughout the three-year project period. 

Why Write REAL Essentials into your Grant?

REAL essentials is proven to help achieve the intended outcomes outlined in many grants and prepares your team to implement engaging and meaningful lessons that leave a lasting impact on the students served. This curriculum utilizes a positive youth development approach and outlines protective factors necessary for adolescents to avoid high-risk behaviors that may jeopardize their future goals and their health. Lessons are activity based, trauma informed, and inclusive to all students.