Healthy Youth Partnership (HYP)
The Healthy Youth Partnership is a collaboration of providers in Austin working on issues related to teen pregnancy prevention and teen parents. Its mission is to provide a forum for service providers and other interested members of the community to exchange information and ideas in an effort to best serve Austin/Travis County female and male adolescents and their families in the areas of: reproductive health, pregnancy prevention, prenatal and pregnancy related services, and parenting services. CFRI’s Associate Director, Dr. Monica Faulkner, leads the professional development workgroup for HYP. For more information, contact our Program Coordinator, Shannon Mann.
HYP Teen Pregnancy Needs Assessment
CFRI is currently partnering with HYP to conduct a community-wide needs assessment to better understand the supports and barriers within our community to prevent teen pregnancy. For more information about the needs assessment, please visit:
HYP Provider Conference 2014
The purpose of the Youth Provider Conference is to educate and interconnect the teachers, counselors, nurses, social workers and other service providers who champion youth of Austin. The annual conference is free and will offer free continuing education credits for various professions.
The team is currently accepting proposals for presentations at the conference. If you are interested in joining us please submit your application at:
Previously we have hosted workshops on Understanding Fragile Families, Working with Teens Who Have Experienced Trauma, and The State of Teen Pregnancy in Texas to name a few important topics! For more information on getting involved with the conference please contact our Program Coordinator Shannon Mann.