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The National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health (Add Health)

The Add Health Survey is a comprehensive school-based study of the health-related behaviors of adolescents in the United States. Over 90,000 students in grades 7-12 participated in phase one of this study, with over 20,000 parents and adolescents participating in phase two. Phase three was completed in April 2002 when the original sample, all of whom were young adults, were interviewed for a third time. Dr. Michael Resnick, PhD, director of the Prevention Research Center, envisioned a dissemination plan for this nationally renowned survey in a manner that would best serve those serving adolescents. This research was analyzed and transformed into a monograph series focused on several core audience segments (education, health care, parent/family support professional) as well as the general public.

Influencing Behavior
Mother's Influence on Teen Sex
Improving the Odds
Reducing the Risk
Protecting Teens

Broadway School Project
Fostering Positive Outcomes

Bullying 
Bullying

Legal Rights Center
Fact Sheet
The Family & Youth Restorative Conference Program
Executive Summary
Legal Rights Center Report

Minnesota Chlamydia Partnership
Coalition for Healthy Adolescent Sexuality
Public Health Response: Community Engagement - Chlamydia Epidemic
Tips for Parents
Minnesota Chlamydia Partnership Report
For More Information

Minnesota State Teen Pregnancy Plan
Effective Curricula #1
Policy Maker Partners
State Plan Recommendation
A Work in Progress Report

MyPath
Fact Sheet
MyPath - Healthy Youth Development

Perspectives on Sexual Education
What do Teachers Think?
What do Parents Think?
What do Normandale Students Think?

Youth Farm and Market
Evaluation Findings from the 2009 Summer Program
A Youth Action Research Project
Youth Growing Sustaining Community