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Our Partners Made 2020 Worth It

We’re not here to tell you what a challenging year 2020 was – you already know. We’re in your inbox to acknowledge the remarkable organizations who worked with Fact Forward on our major projects that...

Healing Approaches

Authored by Kimberley Wicker, Fact Forward Partner Engagement Coordinator It starts with empathy. As a parent with a background in social work, communications and outreach I am always thinking about...

Let's Talk... about Disparities

Authored by Brittany Wearing, MPH, CHES, Fact Forward Health Services Manager Disparities Still Dominate Teen Pregnancy & STI Rates ​ October is Let’s Talk Month, where Fact Forward and other...

September is Sexual Health Awareness Month!

Authored by Susan Locke, Fact Forward Partner Engagement Associate This month Fact Forward is celebrating Sexual Health Awareness Month. When we talk about “sexual health” we’re talking about a broad...

Looking Back and Moving Forward: 1B successes and future endeavors

Since 2015, Fact Forward has worked in Aiken, Anderson and Orangeburg Counties through the Office of Population Affairs 1B Grant, “Expanding the Reach of Effective Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs...

Fact Forward Receives Additional Funding from the Office of Population Affairs

Fact Forward is one of 13 new grantees receiving funding from the Office of Population Affairs (OPA) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This week OPA awarded $19,285,680 to...

Fact Forward Receives Funding from the Office of Population Affairs for Three-Year Project

Fact Forward is one of 49 grantees to receive funding from the Office of Population Affairs (OPA) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Last week OPA awarded $56,300,000 to...

Reflections on our Bakari Sellers Q&A

As we watch the world react to the call of racial justice, the end of police brutality and for the accountability of those responsible for the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Aburey and...

Statement on Support of Racial Justice

Racism is a social determinant of health that has a profound impact on the health status of children, adolescents, emerging adults, and their families. Fact Forward recognizes that there is no version...

Questions About Reproductive Health Awareness Month? We have answers.

To address new realities in adolescent reproductive health, many reproductive health organizations no long observe May as #TeenPregnancyPreventionMonth and are observing it something new. Here in SC...