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Freedom 180 - Abstinence Education Project

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Freedom 180, the Abstinence Education Project of the Bay County Health Department, was established in 2001.  It is currently funded by a federal Florida Department of Health, Division of Family Health Services, Bureau of Family and Community Health Abstinence Education Program grant. The project assists the Florida Department of Health in its effort to reduce teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases in youth. The mission of the Freedom 180 abstinence education program is to make a positive difference in the lives of youth by promoting healthy lifestyle choices and teaching the message of abstinence in schools, churches and organizations throughout our community.  Positive Youth Development is encouraged by STD and pregnancy prevention through abstinence from sex, drugs and alcohol, goal setting activities and healthy relationships education. Freedom 180 also holds community wide events to assist in educating youth and parents about the benefits of abstinence

For more information on Freedom 180, Abstinence Education Project, contact Tammy Stewart at 872-4455 ext. 1252 or via email

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For Teens:

Freedom 180 link (opens in a new window)

freedom180.com

Gret to Wait Link (Opens in a new window)

Great to Wait

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For Parents:

Link to Sexting Page

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Sexual Health and Risks Link (Opens in a new window)

Sexual Health and Risks

For Fathers Link (Opens in a new window)

For Fathers

 

 

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Statistics:

Florida Charts Link (Opens is new window)

Florida Department of Heath

CDC Survey Link (Opens in a new window)

Youth Risk Behavior Survey

PDF - 5KB (Opens in a new window)

For Bay County STD rates please see our information sheet.*

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* These documents are in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.  If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed it may be downloaded free from Adobe.