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Adolescent Health      



Adolescent Health Program resides within the Maternal and Child Health Unit, Public Health Division of the Wyoming Department of Health. The purpose of the Adolescent Health Program is to improve physical, emotional and reproductive health outcomes of Wyoming adolescents ages 12-24 years old.

Funding for Adolescent Health Program primarily comes from the Maternal and Child Health Title V Block Grant.


Adolescent Health Fact Sheets:

Teen Births

Intimate Partner Violence

Tobacco Use


Physical Activity


General Resources

Wyoming Department of Health- Children’s Special Health Program

Wyoming Department of Health- Immunizations Section

Wyoming Department of Health- Oral Health Section

Wyoming Department of Health- Newborn Metabolic Screening Program

Wyoming Department of Health- Specialty Clinics

Wyoming Parent Leadership Training Institute

Asthma Resources

Safe Kids of Wyoming (or

Public Health Nursing Office Finder  


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Adolescent Health

State Priorities:

Reducing Unintentional Injury

Safe Kids of Wyoming (or


Promoting Healthy Nutrition and Physical Activity


University of Wyoming's Cent$ible Nutrition Program (Operated by Cooperative Extension Services)


Preventing Teen Pregnancy


Family Planning Services


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