Evidence-based pregnancy prevention program that focuses on building positive youth development by promoting leadership and providing opportunities to establish youth resiliency.

The POWER 4-Uth program will implement an evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention program for 1,600 youth annually in two communities in southeast El Paso County. The two communities to be served are Socorro and Montana Vista, both predominately rural, Hispanic, and lack community resources and with teen birth rates of 51.0 and 42.7 per 1,000 girls ages 15-19. Based on a Community Needs & Resource Assessment, the following three evidence-based curriculum Positive Prevention Plus, Teen Health Project, and Making a Difference will be implemented in middle schools, high schools, community and faith-based settings by trained Promotoras. 

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Vision: A movement towards wellness.

Mission: In collaboration with the community we advocate for wellness by empowering and mobilizing individuals to improve the quality of life for all.