Adolescent Health Program



The Fit Kids of America Adolescent Health Program is funded by the Office of Population Affairs. It utilizes Evidence-Based Curricula to educate youth ages 13- 19 to:

  • Prevent teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections.
  • Educate and give adolescents and the adults supporting them the skills, tools and knowledge to reduce risky behaviors.
  •  Improve reproductive health outcomes and promote positive experiences, relationships, and environments to help our community’s youth thrive
  • Promote positive youth development and advancing equity in adolescent health.


The Fit Kids of America Adolescent Health Program supports meaningful engagement of youth, parents/caregivers, and the community in the design, implementation, and monitoring of the project. This program supports active collaboration with a network of partners to increase awareness of and access to adolescent-friendly health services. In addition, this program explores the needs of our communities to recognize and understand what inequities exist and the underlying causes contributing to them. With this knowledge, we provide youth-centered, community-driven, high-quality programming and services in public/charter schools, faith-based organizations, community-based organizations, and juvenile justice centers. The Evidence-Based Curricula that we utilize are: EBP Love Notes 4.0 and EBP Promoting Health Among Teens (Abstinence Only). To access EBP Love Notes used in this project you can do so by clicking on the following link: [email protected]. This link allows you to request a 30-Day digital review copy of Love Notes 4.0 Evidence-Based Adaptation. If you should have any questions about the program and/or services offered under this program, please contact Connie Sootin, C.L.C. at: [email protected]