Comprehensive Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (CAPP)
Is Capp on Facebook?
Yes! Click here and join our group!
What Can CAPP Do for You?
Our programs target youth 10-21 years old, their families and community members in Syracuse and North Syracuse. We will work with you to find a program that best fits you and your youth's needs.
- Pregnancy, STD, and HIV Prevention: We offer a variety of evidence–based programs (EBPs). These programs have been tested and proven to show they work in lowering teen pregnancy, STDs and HIV.
- Youth Development: We offer a variety of youth development programs to allow youth opportunities to develop their strengths and leadership abilities!
- Clinics: We help connect teens to affordable health care services at Planned Parenthood and Family Planning Clinics.
- Community Advisory Council: We are creating a local community effort to improve the environment for youth to reduce youth pregnancy, STD, and HIV/AIDS rates and reduce health disparities.
How do I schedule a program or get more information?
Contact Sarah Howell, Program Director at 420-4303 or email@example.com.
What Pregnancy, STD and HIV Prevention programs do you offer?
What Youth Development Programs Do You Offer?
We are able to develop sessions based on your agency's and youths'
- Financial Literacy education for youth can be coordinated at no cost if scheduled through REACH CNY.
- Healthy Relationships
- Life Skills
- Education & Career Success
- Mirror, Mirror engages youth in group activities and self-reflection. Topics include self respect, personal inventory vs. perception, and becoming a role model.
- OMG! educates youth about using social media safely and communicating safely.
- Keepin' It Real discusses the qualities of a healthy relationship (peer and family) and how to understand and navigate family relationships.
- The Verdict teaches participants about making positive decisions and choices for their lives.
Where can youth go to get affordable reproductive health care?
REACH CNY developed a clinic card. Click here to view, download, and print.
How can I get involved?
We are all about working together. If you want to be involved, we will find a way, especially if you are between the ages of 10 and 21 years!
Some possible project ideas:
- Produce a music video
- Create educational films
- Develop a plan to help spread the word about our program - especially through facebook, twitter, cell phones or other creative ideas that you have
- Insert your idea here!
If you can think it, we can help you do it!
For more information, email Wendy Ramsay or call her at 424-0009 ext. 107.
Join the Community Advisory Council (CAC)
CAPP is youth and community driven. The CAC will include youth, parents, community members, people that work with youth, and hopefully you! The CAC will suggest strategies to prevent teen pregnancy, STDs and HIV/AIDS and to improve the community for young people in our county.
For more information on CAC, email Jane Arras or call her at 424-0009 ext. 111.