Each May, Fact Forward calls special attention to the issue of teen pregnancy in South Carolina by sponsoring awareness activities, including community lunch and learns, volunteer opportunities, and fundraising events.
No teen is the same. Despite the countless difference, one thing remains true for all: teens want to be heard by someone they trust.
Meet Family Outreach of Horry County -- a nonprofit dedicated to serving young parents in one of the most unique communities in South Carolina.
Show love during National Condom Week (Feb. 14-21) by discussing safe sex with your teens.
SC Campaign Board Chair, Grant Warren, guest blogs to ask for your support as we enter the New Year.
This #GivingTuesday, continue helping local nonprofits meet their goals with a donation.
The Campaign's partner agency, Orangeburg-Calhoun-Allendale-Bamberg Community Action Agency Inc., focuses on engaging the faith-based community to support teen pregnancy prevention in their area.
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.
In a recent interview Reverend George Ashford, Jr. and Kristina Baker of Journey United Methodist Church shared their experience working with the South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy and why they feel it is vital for faith communities to be a part of the safe-sex conversation.
April is STD Awareness Month and Fact Forward has created resources to help increase awareness across the state. In addition to our ongoing outreach and training efforts, publications like this help youth-serving professionals and other trusted adults understand the issue and how to help adolescents make healthier choices about love, relationships and sex.