Teen Pregnancy Prevention
The Tulsa Health Department’s Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) specializes in empowering young adults to make proud and responsible decisions, as well as educating them about the outcomes associated with sexual activity.
The goal of the program is to prevent teen births and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. PREP works with schools in Tulsa County, especially those that have the highest teen birth rates, in an effort to influence change and increase education.
Oklahoma is ranked 4th in the nation for the highest teen birth rates for 15-19 year olds. We’ve experienced historic declines over the past decade, but there’s still work to do. For the most current statistics, resources and strategies for continued improvement, check out Healthy Teens Oklahoma, Power to Decide and Amplify.
PREP Parent Toolkit
Clinic Services for Teens
Good news! If you’re a teen looking for birth control, condoms or STD testing, you’re in the right place! Youth 19 and under (that’s you!) can receive confidential sexual and reproductive health care.
Central Regional and James O. Goodwin locations are accepting appointments for family planning services for all clients including teens. Teens can call 918-582-9355 and schedule an appointment at one of the mentioned locations to receive family planning/STD services. Parental consent not required to make appointment. Visit Family Planning for more information.