OPA Surveys

The Office of Population Affairs (OPA) Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) grants fund evidence-based programs proven to reduce teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. The Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS) received two OPA TPP grants to support the implementation of direct services with youth ages 13-19 years old in grades 8 through 12 and in geographic areas with a demonstrated high-need across the state of Illinois. All youth attending a TPP program receive an evidence-based curriculum that is developmentally appropriate for their age to address healthy relationships, abstinence, and comprehensive sexual education, which includes methods of protection to prevent teen pregnancy and the transmission of sexually transmitted infections (STIs). The Center for Prevention Research and Development created Entry and Exit Surveys to capture youth experiences and outcomes from participating in a TPP program. Survey questions ask youth about the things they are learning in their TPP program, demographics (e.g., age, grade, ethnicity), healthy/unhealthy relationships (i.e., bullying, dating violences, peer pressure), sex, pregnancy, STIs, thoughts about the program, and referrals. The Office for the Protection of Research Subjects at the University of Illinois approved the Entry and Exit Surveys.

English Language Surveys:

You can access the OPA Middle School Entry Survey here: Middle School Entry Survey (English)

You can access the OPA Middle School Exit Survey here: Middle School Exit Survey (English)

 

Spanish Language Surveys:

You can access the OPA Middle School Entry Survey here:

You can access the OPA Middle School Exit Survey here: