In this issue...
Communities unite to address teen pregnancy through strategic planning and education.
Southern California Indian Center provides culturally appropriate health education and assistance to Native American families.
Health care agencies create additional funds for patient care by consolidating administrative resources.
Teenage Pregnancy Prevention
Literature and art open doors for at-risk youth to discuss teen pregnancy prevention and healthy sexuality.
Violence prevention advocates find the Injury and Violence Prevention Library a helpful resource in their work.
Work and Health
Welfare-to-Work programs promote good mental and physical health as key ingredients for successful job placements.
Medi-Cal beneficiaries receive education to help them obtain quality health care.
Magdalena Beltrán-del Olmo, director of communications
Also in this issue:
What's New: TCWF newsletter gets a new look; Local roundtable held to discuss teen pregnancy; 1999 Work and Health Survey released; Future TCWF priority areas announced; ABC affiliate KGTV launches health care campaign; staff changes.
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