The New England Training Center for Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention (NETCAPP) is a project coordinated by JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. and funded through a Cooperative Agreement under the HIV Integration and Other Preventive Services into Reproductive Health Project by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The goal of this project is to work with individuals and organizations throughout New England to select, implement and evaluate Science-Based Approaches (SBA) to prevent pregnancy, HIV and STI infection in adolescents. Established in 2005, NETCAPP has provided technical assistance and training to a number of partners in New England in order to develop their capacity to provide SBA to adolescents in their community.

This website provides information on trainings and technical assistance by NETCAPP and its partners as well as information on SBA, teen pregnancy, HIV and STIs, and community involvement.

The JSI team involved with this project include:

Myriam Hernandez Jennings, Project Director
Amy Behrens, Program Manager
Stephanie Moxley, Project Evaluator

To find out more information about the larger CDC project, please visit their website at

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JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. is dedicated to improving the health of individuals and communities in the United States and around the world. Headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, JSI helps organizations build capacity to address critical health problems. Through research, management assistance, and education JSI strives to improve access to and quality of health care. Currently operating from four U.S. and 28 international offices, JSI has implemented projects in 84 countries and has more than 400 U.S.-based staff and 700 staff worldwide.

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