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South Carolina's teen birth rate has declined by 54% since 1992.

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NotRightNowSC.org

Our NOT RIGHT NOW website is full of great resources for teens and their parents!

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Two Pillars of the Community Join SC Campaign Board

SC Campaign has officially welcomed two statewide leaders and community advocates to its Board of Directors.

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Two Pillars of the Community Join SC Campaign Board

SC Campaign has officially welcomed two statewide leaders and community advocates to its Board of Directors.

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Local Artist Honors SC Campaign's 20th Anniversary

Posters featuring Jonathan Green's painting, "Summer Reflections," are now available in celebration of the SC Campaign's milestone anniversary.

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The SC Campaign was founded in 1994 to combat increasingly high rates of teen pregnancy in our state. Our mission is to improve the health and economic well being of individuals, communities, and the state of South Carolina by preventing teen pregnancy.

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Vote YES to Legalize Nonprofit Raffles for Charities

On November 4, South Carolinians across our great state will enter voting booths to cast their vote for candidates and issues of importance. One of those issues entails amending our state Constitution to legalize nonprofit raffles for charitable purposes.

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SC Campaign CEO Releases Statement Concerning the Positive Data Report on Infant Mortality in South Carolina.

Forrest Alton, Chief Executive Officer at the South Carolina Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy (SC Campaign) has released a statement regarding the newly published data from the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC).

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Our Online Learning Center is a resource designed to provide access to workshops, learning modules and evidence-based interventions to parents, youth serving organizations, faith leaders, educators and healthcare providers.

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