The SC Campaign has selected the Honorable James Smith as its 2013 Legislator of the Year.
CEO Forrest Alton speaks at community Lunch 'n Learn in Aiken County.
SC Campaign official statement on the ruling by the FDA to approve Plan B over the counter for 15 and above.
Partnership between the SC Campaign and SC DHEC featured in national publication.
The SC Campaign releases findings from a five year study on 15-19 year old girls enrolled in Medicaid in South Carolina.
The Harold shares its opinion on the sex education bill currently postponed in the South Carolina House of Representatives.
South Carolina House Representatives debate whether state should update its 25 year old sex education law.
Brian Hicks comments on opposition to South Carolina sex education update
Forrest Alton and Jim Rex write an opinion column on importance of up-to-date sex education in South Carolina schools.
South Carolina House subcommittee did not vote on sex education bill as planned.
Check out the latest publications from the SC Campaign.
Start a conversation with your child about love, sex, and healthy relationships.
84% of South Carolinians support sex ed that emphasizes abstinence and teaches about contraception.
Teen pregnancy costs taxpayers in South Carolina over $197,000,000 per year.
1 in 3 girls in South Carolina will become pregnant before her 20th birthday.
Less than half of teen mothers in South Carolina graduate from high school.
Teens have higher rates of low birth weight babies and infant mortality than mothers in their 20s.
Only 51% of young women who become mothers as teens get their high school degree by age 22, compared to 89% of young women who were not teen parents.
52% of all mothers on welfare had their first child as a teenager.
Nearly 80% of fathers do not marry the teen mother of their child and pay less than $800 annually in child support.
Daughters of teen mothers are more likely to become teen mothers themselves, creating cyclical poverty over generations.
95% of South Carolinians rate teen pregnancy as an important problem in their community.
85% of South Carolinians support comprehensive sex education in schools
committed to SC communities this fiscal year to support local adolescent pregnancy prevention efforts.