Region I Infertility Prevention Project

Links

  • www.urhealthstyle.com

    URhealthstyle.com is a site to help teens find health info and services in Massachusetts that meet their needs. It is produced by the MA Department of Pubic Health, the Medical Foundation and the MA Department of Education.

  • www.teensource.org

    TeenSource.org is an educational website funded in part by OPA, and launched by the California Family Health Council, Inc. (CFHC) as a resource for teens and young adults between the ages of 13 and 24 seeking information on healthy and responsible sexual lifestyles. TeenSource.org is an educational website that appeals to its audience with music, videos, contests and prize giveaways.

  • www.goaskalice.columbia.edu

    Go Ask Alice! is the health question and answer Internet service produced by Alice!, Columbia University's Health Promotion Program — a division of Health Services at Columbia.

  • www.sexetc.org

    Sex, Etc. is a website for teens developed by Answer. Answer is based at the Rutgers University Center for Applied Psychology and has provided resources, advocacy, training and technical assistance in support of age-appropriate, balanced, comprehensive sexuality education, first in New Jersey and now nationwide. (Answer was known to most people as the Network for Family Life Education for over 25 years.)

  • www.youthresource.com

    The YouthResource is a project of Advocates for Youth; the website was developed for GLBTQ youth to answer questions, provide information, and allow a space for sharing experiences.

  • www.ambientejoven.org

    Similar to Advocates for Youth’s YouthResource, AmbienteJoven is a website developed for Spanish-speaking GLBTQ youth to answer questions, provide information, and allow a space for sharing experiences.

  • www.mysistahs.org

    MySistahs a project of Advocates for Youth that is a website created by and for young women of color to provide information and offer support on sexual and reproductive health issues through education and advocacy. Through monthly features, message boards, and online peer education young women receive information on activism, culture, sexual health, and other issues that are important to them.

 

From 1995-2012, JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. successfully served as the coordinator of the Region I Infertility Prevention Project (IPP). Further information about the Region I Infertility Prevention Project can be obtained on  JSI.com.