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March 20, 2023
Sharing the Asset Message

This informative and engaging Search Institute-designed workshop will help asset advocates effectively deliver a variety of asset-building messages to multiple audiences. This training will help participants to clearly and effectively communicate to others about our community’s effort to build a stronger, healthier community using the Developmental Asset framework; develop engaging presentation strategies to meet the … Continued

Everyone’s An Asset Builder

This Search Institute-designed workshop introduces participants to how we can contribute to the health and well-being of all our children and youth. Participants will learn details information about the things that contribute to the healthy development of our young people; how to be an active player in building these skills, experiences, and opportunities in our … Continued

February 14, 2023
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This polling was conducted most recently in May 2019. Download Our 2019 Public Opinion Infographic

Key findings

Reducing Teen Pregnancy Sex Education Teen Healthcare Talking About Sex Birth Control Contraceptive Knowledge

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Download Our 5 Teen Birth Facts You Need To Know HandoutEnglish | Spanish | Combined If there is a resource you need and don’t see, please let us know.

Fast facts

Oklahoma has the 4th highest birth rate in the nation for teens, ages 15-19 Tulsa County teen birth rates decreased nearly 58% from 2009 to 2020 Tulsa County’s teen birth rate (23.9) remains much higher than the national average (13.9) Tulsa County had the 2nd largest number (500) of teen births in Oklahoma, or about … Continued

Report highlights

Download the report highlights (.pdf) THE NEED FOR INFORMATION Study participants identified the sexual health topics they want to learn more about. The most commonly identified topics include: PARENTS ARE IMPORTANT Teens identified trusted adults they would talk to if they had a sexual health need. Teens were most likely to identify their mother (39%) … Continued

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