Healthy Teen Network

Rating: 4.88 stars   17 reviews


1501 St Paul Street No 124 Baltimore MD 21202 USA


To provide resouces, support, education, technical support and advocacy related to teen pregnancy, teen pregnancy prevention, and teen parenting


Resource development - htn produces a cadre of print and electronic materials for broad dissemination to its 18,000 constituents in the field. Print materials reflect pertinent topical areas addressing needs in the field. Electronic resources consist of one weekly e-gram; interactive website with members only section and a clearing house.

annual conference - htn is the only membership organization focused on teen pregnancy prevention, teen pregnancy and teen parenting. The annual conference reflects this unique niche and is attended by 550 to 850 professionals in the field, including researchers, managers, clinicians, advocates and front line workers, for 4. 5 days of networking and learning about the latest developments in the field.

training and technical assistance - htn is dedicated to promoting effective strategies in our work and to building capacity in the field - of both current and emerging organizations and individuals. As such, htn has deveoped a cadre of training tools, including curricula and has technical expertise to provide telephone, electronic or on-site training and technical support across several topics.

marketing & communication; policy; fee for service

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Rating: 5 stars  

Healthy Teen Network is on the cutting edge of adolescent sexual health. The organization provides conferences, training, resources, and advocacy geared toward ensuring that all young people have access to information and resources they need to live healthy, successful lives. In my work with HTN (I have been a Board member since 2009 and a member since 2002), I have always found the Board and staff to be dedicated to providing excellent services to those who work with adolescents. The organization is run with integrity and responsibility, and is committed to using innovative and effective tools to fulfill its mission.

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Rating: 5 stars  

I have been invovled with Healthy Teen Network since 2002, when I attended my first conference. Their trainings and conferences are always excellent, and the resources they provide are useful and very relevant to the work I do. I was so impressed with the organization that I volunteered to become a member of their Board of Directors, which has been a very good experience for me!

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

my own professional development, and by using the materials they create in my advocacy work, trainings, and as a resrouce for writing grants and reports on adolescent health.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

expand services so more people could take advantage of them.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Healthy Teen Network continues to amaze and impress with the outstanding leadership and direction they provide in the areas of pregnant and parenting teens and adolescent health. The organization has a core of devoted and determined all-stars who advocate for a pure purpose. I am beyond proud to be associated with HTN.

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Seeing the effects of the organiztion on national policy.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Find a more effective way of promoting the purpose and burnishing the brand of the organization.

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