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Provide technical assistance, health education, and promotional efforts to reduce teen pregnancy. Responsible for implementing several community based initiatives designed to affect teen pregnancy through the promotion of abstinence and life skills.  This includes several gender specific after school programs entitled Just for Girls and Just for Guys.

This service is provided by the Prevention Program.

Jakeem Jordan, a Just for Guys member, participated in a community service activity to beautify the courtyard at the Snow Hill Health Department.

 

Alex DeSilver, a member of Just for Guys, enjoys a field trip at the Eastern Shore Lanes in Pocomoke City, Md.

 

Darius Dennis, a member of Just for Guys, enjoys an educational activity at Oakley's Farm in Hebron, Md.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 October 2010 12:05
 
 

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