Linking Families and Teens: Reducing Teen Pregnancy by Increasing Family Connectedness and Youth Self-Efficacy

Evaluates Linking Families and Teens (LiFT), an innovative program designed for families and youth ages 13 to 19 in rural communities. It aims to reduce unplanned teen pregnancies by increasing family connectedness and increasing youth’s self-efficacy, knowledge, and skills related to sexual health. 

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