Minnesota Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy, Prevention and Parenting (MOAPPP) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to strengthen policies and programs related to adolescent pregnancy, prevention and parenting in Minnesota.
We provide resources for parents, teens, educators, health care providers, youth workers, media professionals and policy makers.
MOAPPP is a member supported organization. Now more than ever individuals and organizations need to work together to reduce the risks for teen pregnancy. Join MOAPPP today. Click here for more information about membership.
|David Walsh, President, National Institute on Media and the Family, “Why Do They Act That Way? The Teen Brain and Sexual Health.”||Melissa Havard, Director, The Media Project, Advocates for Youth, “Entertainment: A Powerful Tool for Social Change.”||Ivan Juzang, President, MEE Productions, Inc., “This is My Reality – Teens’ Views of Sexuality.”|
Call for Exhibitors: The MOAPPP conference provides an excellent opportunity to promote your program, organization or business. Register now for exhibit space on May 5-6, 2005. The Registration Packet is available online.
MOAPPP Annual Awards
Each year, MOAPPP honors individuals, agencies, policy makers and programs that make outstanding contributions in the areas of adolescent pregnancy prevention and parenting in Minnesota. The awards are presented at the MOAPPP annual conference on May 6, 2005. MOAPPP currently seeks nominations for the award recipients. Please let us know about individuals, agencies, and programs you work with that deserve to be recognized by their peers. With your help, we can honor the remarkable efforts going on throughout the state. Please go to the MOAPPP website for a full description of the awards and the categories in which they are distributed, as well as a nomination form. Please send nominations to Brigid Riley at or via fax at 651-644-1417 by April 8, 2005.
- March e-monthly
- Winter Monitor newsletter
- Nearly 3 in 10 young teens ‘sexually active’
- The New York Times – Bush’s Sex Scandal (PDF, February 16, 2005)
Sex Ed for Life
Minnesota State Plan
Program Spotlight, Hablando Claro / Plain Talk: The Annie E. Casey Foundation