Summer Institute COVID-19 Update

Dear Summer Institute Participant or Presenter, No matter the circumstance, Fact Forward is to committed to leading with the facts. That’s why we want to update you on our plan for Summer Institute...

COVID-19 Update

Updated Tuesday, March 17, 2020 Fact Forward has been closely monitoring updates at the local level via SCDHEC and the SC Governor’s Office, the national level via the CDC, and we’ve updated our...

Fact Forward and Carolina Human Reinvestment Awarded Collaborative Grant from Bunnelle Foundation

Fact Forward has been awarded a grant from the Frances P. Bunnelle Foundation to educate youth on medically accurate, age-appropriate reproductive health. In partnership with Carolina Human...

Decades of Progress Include Some Points of Concern for SC's Teen Birth Rate

Though South Carolina’s teen birth rate has decreased by 70% since peaking in 1991, a slight 1% increase from 2017 to 2018 reflects the need to be proactive about reaching adolescents consistently...

The High Costs of Teen Pregnancy

It’s easy to think that teen pregnancy doesn’t affect you—especially if you don’t have children—but consider the hidden expenses of South Carolina’s high teen pregnancy rate.

The South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Rebrands to Fact Forward

Our new name better reflects everything we do: more than just preventing teen pregnancy, we empower adolescents with evidence-based strategies for healthy reproductive choices.

We’re Participating in Midlands Gives 2019

And we can't do it without you.

Summer Institute | 2019

A recap of our 20th annual Summer Institute.

Fact Forward Hits the Road to Highlight Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month and 25 Years of Service

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.

Thriving On Family – Palmetto Place Children and Youth Services’ Unaccompanied Youth Program

No teen is the same. Despite the countless difference, one thing remains true for all: teens want to be heard by someone they trust.