NYC Schools Offer Morning-After Pill - What It Means for Latina Teen Pregnancy

For the past year, New York City schools have tested a pilot program that provides Plan B, or the "morning-after pill," free of cost to teenage girls without parental consent in 13 high schools across the city. The program has had a particular impact on Latina students -- many of the pilot schools are located in areas with high Latino populations, including Queens and the Bronx. Although the program -- called CATCH, or Connecting Adolescents To Comprehensive Health -- allows parents to opt-out...Full Story
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