RHEY is the website of the Working with Diverse Communities (WDC) component of the OAH/CDC Teen Pregnancy Prevention 2010- 2015 program: Integrating Services, Programs and Strategies through Community-wide Initiatives.
This site offers resources and tools for engaging with diverse youth and diverse communities in order to deliver effective, culturally competent teen pregnancy prevention programs that meet community needs.
See our component’s foundation document Strategies Guided by Best Practice
The purpose of this video is to educate diverse audiences about the influence community factors may have on teen pregnancy. While this video can be used with diverse stakeholders (e.g., youth, parents, school staff, youth service providers, healthcare providers, and community members), two guides were developed for use with specific audiences – youth and youth-serving providers.
Benefits of a Reproductive Justice Approach When Promoting Contraceptive Use in Diverse Communities
JSI Research & Training Institute WDC Webinar. This webinar will highlighted the importance of utilizing a reproductive justice approach into our efforts of increasing access to effective forms of contraception, including LARC, in disadvantaged and vulnerable communities.
JSI Research & Training Institute (JSI), 2014—The Working with Diverse Communities component has collaborated with Part A grantees to raise awareness among community partners of the relationship between teen pregnancy and social determinants of health.
These tools, produced by JSI Research & Training Institute (JSI), are aimed at supporting Part A grantees and their implementing partners in providing culturally responsive, client-centered services and programs to reduce teen pregnancy in their communities.
The Working with Diverse Communities Component, directed by JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. provides training and technical assistance to Teen Pregnancy Prevention Part A grantees and their implementing partners.