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Unlike the Teen Pregnancy Prevention program, however, Family Planning is unable to work directly with schools, according to Catherine Welch, Family Planning Coordinator.
This is because the federal Title X program allows for confidential access to contraceptives and family planning care for teens, but in Arizona, parental notification is required for sex education and care.
A lack of free abortion referral services and “women’s right-to-know” counseling sessions earned Arizona a listing in 2014 as “extremely hostile” toward abortions from the Guttmacher Institute, a sexual and reproductive health and rights research and policy group.
Services offered Services available from Cochise County Health and Social Services, Care Net Pregnancy Center of Cochise County and area schools are limited, but still contribute to contraceptive use, sex education, family planning and the women’s right to know counseling.
Please Enter All Requested Information and Click the Submit Button at the End of the Form. A completed job application must be received by the Department of Human Resources office on or before 5 PM Arizona Standard Time of the stated closing date in order to receive consideration. Some persons listed might no longer be registered sex offenders and others might have been added.Some addresses or other data might no longer be current.Four curriculums are offered to high schools, and three are offered to middle schools.Each curriculum slightly differs for age or school preference, but most include sections about abstinence, the consequences of sex, sexually transmitted infections, condoms or contraception and “refusal and negotiation skills.” “There are two kinds of evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention curriculums – abstinence ‘only’ which means no protection methods are taught at all, and abstinence-‘based’ which means abstinence is proposed as the best method to prevent pregnancy but protection methods are also taught,” Gilligan said.