ASPPPAdolescent Sibling Pregnancy Prevention Program (California Department of Health Services; Sacramento, CA)
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Comparison youths were recruited from the waiting lists at the 16 evaluation sites or by outreach, often conducted through a satellite agency of the main ASPPP office.
Our results suggest that participation in ASPPP was associated with several favorable outcomes, particularly among female clients.
Among males, only one significant difference emerged between program clients and comparison youths: ASPPP males used contraceptives more consistently from pretest to posttest, whereas those in the comparison group used contraceptives less consistently over that period.