The LCA Model: How does it work?

Fact Forward's CEO, Beth De Santis, sat down with leaders from South Carolina organizations who partook in the Expanding the Reach of Effective Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs in High Need South...

Darlington County First Steps & Fact Forward Partner to Promote Reproductive Health Service Access

In a new project funded by the South Carolina Center for Rural and Primary Healthcare as a part of the state’s rural health initiative, Darlington County First Steps (DCFS) and Fact Forward are partnering to address Darlington County’s STI and unintended birth rates for 15–24-year-olds.

Fact Forward Relocates, Partnering with Columbia College

After 15 months of working virtually, Fact Forward is officially opening its new office on the Columbia College campus located at 4702 Colonial Drive, Columbia, SC, 29203.

Whole Family Approaches Show Promise – South Carolina’s Inaugural Two-Generation Summit

“This program has really taught me to be the person that I needed when I was [a child]. And because of [it] my entire life changed.” - Promise Stephens Serving the Entire Village: The South Carolina...

Genie Fogle of Orangeburg County Receives the Murray L. Vincent Outstanding Prevention Professional Award

Genie Fogle has been awarded the 2021 Murray L. Vincent Outstanding Prevention Professional award. Fogle will be recognized alongside the 2020 recipient at Fact Forward’s Virtual Conference, Summer Institute 2021.

Congratulations to the Teen Expressions 2021 Contest Winners!

Fact Forward challenged teens to display their talents and have their voices heard on issues that impact them. The Teen Expressions contest was created solely for teens to creatively express how they...

Celebrate May with Fact Forward

Many organizations across the country (both state and national), that perform similar work to Fact Forward have started calling May Sex Ed for All Month . Fact Forward has made the decision this year...

Let's Talk about Youth HIV & AIDS Awareness

As far back as I can remember learning about sexual health, HIV/AIDS never really centered around young people which of course is an unfortunate prevention mistake.

Anniversary of Important Comprehensive Health Education Act Update

Authored by Susan Locke, Fact Forward Partner Engagement Associate Historically, the Comprehensive Health Education Act (CHEA) has left youth in South Carolina vulnerable, but especially our LGBTQ+...

Consent Takes Conversation

I have an important announcement for parents, guardians and trusted adults -- you can never start discussing the concept of respecting others’ bodies and wishes too early . This proved to be true when...