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The Title V abstinence-only-until-marriage grant requires states to provide three state-raised dollars or the equivalent in services for every four federal dollars received.The state match may be provided in part or in full by local groups.
This is the most fine-grained area for which detailed information is made available from the government, to protect the individual privacy of each of us.And, as always, we show you the actual street map of the neighborhood so you know exactly where your best matching neighborhood is located.A condition alert is a condition in the neighborhood that triggers an alert.One program, “Sex, Love & Relationships,” is for “teens that are making first-time sexual integrity decisions and those needing help to recommit to sexual integrity by ‘starting over.’” The program consists of two, one-hour sessions with a CPC peer counselor and a follow-up parent packet.Another abstinence-only-until-marriage program, “Wise Choices,” is aimed at older teens and singles in their twenties who “ want to preserve or recommit to sexual integrity until marriage.” This program also consists of two, one- hour sessions with a CPC peer counselor.Since census tracts are subdivisions of a county, we did a spatial overlay of the census tracts onto city and town boundaries using a geographic information system to properly assign each census tract to its appropriate city or town.
Then we named each census tract to the local colloquially recognized neighborhood name for that spot (e.g., Boston, MA (Dorchester).
Back to Top Community-Based Abstinence Education (CBAE) and Adolescent Family Life Act (AFLA) Grantees There is one CBAE grantee in Alaska: the Crisis Pregnancy Center of Anchorage and Eagle River. Crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) typically advertise as providing medical services and then use anti-abortion propaganda, misinformation, and fear and shame tactics to dissuade women facing unintended pregnancy from exercising their right to choose.
Crisis Pregnancy Center of Anchorage and Eagle River has a video on its website entitled “Call Us for Answers.” The video lists a series of questions specifically about abortion, including: The video also states that the CPC is neither pro-choice nor pro-life, but “Pro-Woman.” However, when listing “your options,” the video only details adoption and parenting, thereby showing a bias against abortion.
This bias is clear on other portions of the website as well. For example, CPC of Anchorage states “abortion may, at first, seem like the easiest way to deal with an unplanned pregnancy; however, abortion is not just a simple procedure.
For many women, it is a life-changing event with significant physical, emotional, and spiritual/moral consequences.” The organization offers several abstinence-only-until-marriage programs.
However, “the Alaska Department of Education & Early Development’s health education team is committed to providing teachers and school staff within the state of Alaska with current and scientifically sound research in health education and violence and disease prevention.” a list compiled by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), though it “does not endorse specific curricula, but seeks to provide districts with the most up-to-date materials and research-based programs so schools can evaluate what best meets the needs of their student population.” Senate Bill 279, introduced in February of 2006 and referred to the Senate Committees on Finance and State Affairs, aims to set the missions and desired results when departments within the state spend money.