The Dibble Institute is thrilled to announce that its relationship skills program, Love Notes, has been added to list of teen pregnancy prevention Evidence Based Programs (EBP) maintained by the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. Love Notes was included based on statistically significant decreases in sexual activity, increases in contraceptive use, and avoidance of pregnancy....
The report is here.

The Dibble Institute is thrilled to announce that its relationship skills program, Love Notes, has been added to list of teen pregnancy prevention Evidence Based Programs (EBP) maintained by the U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. Love Notes was included based on statistically significant decreases in sexual activity, increases in contraceptive use, and avoidance of pregnancy....
The report is here.

NY Times

Tracking Teen Attitudes

About Marriage and Cohabitation

The National Center for Family & Marriage Research has added a new three-part series, "Tracking Teen Attitudes About Marriage and Cohabitation," to their Family Profiles collection. Drawing on the Monitoring the Future (MTF) data, these family profiles document almost 40 years of change ... MORE>>

Love Notes

Evidence-Based Love Notes Live Training

Join us in Columbus, OH for a cost-effective, hands-on training in our most popular curricula. For individuals or small staff teams ... REGISTER>>

 
http://www.dibbleinstitute.org/love-notes-evidence-based/
2nd Wednesday Webinar

October 12

Why “Love Notes” Works

as a Relationship-Based Pregnancy Prevention Program. Dr. Anita Barbee will discuss how the “Theories of Change” in the Love Notes Evidence Based Program Model are effective... MORE >>

Study Dashes Millennials Reputation as Hookup Generation

Study Dashes Millennials' Reputation

as Hookup Generation. A new study contradicts the common perception that young American adults — so-called Millennials — are having more casual sex than previous generations... MORE>>