These resources are provided by the Sexually-Transmitted Infections and Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program (STITPPI)
STITPPI Cycle 1 Implementation Guide
This guide and the associated resources are intended to provide information about how STITPPI established, implemented, and evaluated the program – utilizing the Draw the Line/Respect the Line curriculum – during Cycle 1 (2011-2016).
Download the STITPPI Implementation Guide
- Evaluation & Reporting
Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programming
Draw the Line/Respect the Line (DTL/RTL)
DTL/RTL is a three-year, evidence-based curriculum that promotes abstinence by providing students in the sixth, seventh and eighth grades with the knowledge and skills to prevent STIs, HIV and pregnancy while empowering them with skills for self-advocacy and refusal. The curriculum was selected by tribal advisory groups from each participating community.
Note: while supplies last, STITPPI can offer teacher guides and student workbooks for all three grades for DTL/RTL. Please contact Opal Jones – STITPPI’s Outreach Coordinator – at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to request a kit.
Other Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) Curricula
- HHS Teen Pregnancy Prevention Evidence Review – offers general information and research related to the various evidence-based TPP curriculum options.
- Office of Adolescent Health (OAH) TPP Resource Center – offers a searchable database of TPP curriculum options and tools to assist with selection of the curriculum that is right for you.
- Healthy Native Youth – offers information about curricula designed or adapted for American Indian/Alaska Native communities, as well as resources to support TPP programming.
- Tribal PREP Resources
- “Adapting Programs for Tribal Youth” (Podcast)