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Evaluation of the Philadelphia Health Resource Center (HRC) program

Began in February 1, 2020

Since 1991, AccessMatters has partnered with the School District of Philadelphia to implement the Health Resource Center (HRC) Program for youth aged 13-19 in schools throughout Philadelphia.

Currently, there are HRCs at 21 local high schools and 1 middle school offering confidential, safe spaces where youth can voluntarily receive high-quality sexual and reproductive health counseling, education, and/or services from a trained professional. Research for Action is conducting an evaluation of the Philadelphia HRC program that examines program participation and satisfaction of students served by HRC in School Year 2019-2020.

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