Alexandria Campaign on Adolescent Pregnancy
Alexandria Campaign on Adolescent Pregnancy

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 Teen Wellness Center 

FREE & CONFIDENTIAL Medical Services for 12-19 year olds
Open Monday - Friday from 10 am - 5 pm
Located at TC Williams High School
Call 703.746.4776 for an appointment.

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DEADLINE EXTENDED - Apply to Be a PAID Youth Peer Educator with ACAP

Alexandria teens ages 14-19 are invited to apply for one of 6 paid Peer Educator Positions! Peer Educators will be responsible for educating other teens about adolescent pregnancy prevention and other important health and wellness issues. Candidates must be available to work at least 4 hours during the week (4:00 - 6:00 p.m.) with occasional evenings and weekends. For a complete description of the position and application form click HERE. Applications* must be received by 5:00 p.m. on February 24, 2018. For questions, please contact

*Application requires a current resume, but if you don't have one, don't worry! Below are some resources to help get you started. If you need extra help or have concerns, contact Joy Kone (email above). Best of luck!

Keep It 360 Club January Newsletter

Check it out! Click HERE for the full PDF!

K360 January Newsletter

Keep It 360 Club

Alexandria teens are invited to join us for the Keep It 360 Club after school on Tuesdays at T.C. Williams High School in room C214. Email for more information.  

Keep It 360 Club Flyer

Volunteer With ACAP to Develop and Launch a Latino Messaging Campaign

In an effort to lower teen pregnancy rates among Latinas in Alexandria, ACAP is working with Spitfire Strategies to launch an outreach campaign to encourage young Latinas to access ACAP and other community resources and learn more about prevention options. The first phase of this project includes conducting interviews with key stakeholders and hosting focus groups to gather information about what Latinas and their families value, what their thoughts are about sex, pregnancy and contraceptives, where they get information, how they access resources and what barriers they encounter. Volunteers (bilingual preferred) are needed to help take notes and document the interviews and focus groups, which will take places at various times during the months of October and November. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the Latino community in Alexandria and to support ACAP's initiatives. Please contact to discuss this volunteer opportunity.