Come Learn With Us
We are taking our 2020 Symposium programming online! Each month, from May through December, we'll be presenting content related to a specific theme. We hope you will join us on this virtual learning journey.
Each webinar is $25. Continuing education credit for multiple disciplines will be provided
for each webinar. Special thanks to event co-sponsor DSHS/HHSC.
Due to COVID-19, the Texas Campaign canceled our 2020 Symposium, which was scheduled for April 6-8, 2020. Symposium programming has been transitioned into a virtual webinar series.
May: Working with Special Populations
Caring for Gender-Diverse Youth
May 6, 2020
No Charge to Attend.
Serving At-Risk Youth:
May 13, 2020
Sexual Health Education for Youth Involved in Systems of Care
May 20, 2020
Parts Matter: Basics of Sexual and Reproductive Health for LGBTQ+ Adolescents
May 27, 2020
June: Working with Youth
The Truth about Youth Collaboration
June 10, 2020
TL;DR: Using Technology
to Help Teens Access Family Planning Services
June 24, 2020
Title X + ACA Outreach
July 8, 2020
10 Ways to Support Reproductive Healthcare in Texas:
An Advocacy Listicle
July 15, 2020
Removing Barriers - Is
Free OTC Birth Control
July 22, 2020
August: Teen Parents & Parents of Teens
Teen Dads. Where are They? How are They?August 5, 2020
Trauma-Informed Approaches for Young Parents
August 12, 2020
Best Practices for Building Skills of Parents and Caregivers of Teens
August 19, 2020
September through December: Coming Soon!
About the Texas Campaign
The Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, a statewide nonpartisan organization, aims to reduce teen pregnancy through research, advocacy, collaboration, and training. We work to build constructive dialogue among partners statewide around teen pregnancy, adolescent sexual health, and effective prevention strategies through:
Research and Data: We analyze and disseminate data on teen pregnancy and teen birth. including prevention strategies proven effective globally, nationally and here in the Lone Star State.
Advocacy and Public Policy: We advocate for public policies that increase young Texans’ access to knowledge and healthcare to prevent unintended pregnancy
Strategic Collaboration: We partner with others across the state on programs designed to leverage local and regional resources with statewide systems change.
Training and Events: We ensure our partners have the opportunity to learn from one another and access the resources they need to advance the work in their home communities.