Quick Fact

  • 6 States and Territories

    utilized mobile technology (remote data entry for licensors), improved reporting and e-licensing and paperless training records in 2012. Learn more about the QPR 2012 Report Data.

  • More Than a Quarter of Teens

    ages 16 to 19, volunteered at least once in 2012.

    The Family and Youth Services Bureau encourages volunteerism as a pathway to self-sufficiency.

  • 1 in 3 Adolescents

    in the U.S. is a victim of physical, sexual, emotional or verbal abuse from a dating partner, a figure that far exceeds rates of other types of youth violence.

    FYSB’s Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention programs teach young people about healthy, respectful dating relationships.

  • Teen girls are 6 times

    more likely to get pregnant and twice as likely to get a sexually transmitted infection after being physically or sexually abused.

    The Family and Youth Services Bureau educates young people on the risks of dating violence through its Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention programs.

  • 17 Federal Agencies

    came together to enhance services and support networks that provide survivors of human trafficking with a path to freedom, independence and self-sufficiency.

    The Family and Youth Services Bureau affirms its commitment to the Federal Strategic Action Plan on Services for Victims of Human Trafficking in the United States.

  • 49,472

    child care professionals in child care centers & family child care homes received some training or orientation on Early Learning Guidelines in 2012, according to QPR data. Learn more about the QPR 2012 Report Data.

  • 17 States and Territories

    increased provider participation in QRIS in 2012, according to QPR data. Learn more about the QPR 2012 Report Data.

  • 28 States and Territories

    reported reviewing, revising and strengthening licensing requirements in 2012, according to QPR data. Learn more about the QPR 2012 Report Data.

  • Healthy Marriage & Responsible Fatherhood

    Fathers, Couples, Individuals and Youth,

    during 2012 through 2015, were served in programs designed to develop healthy relationship skills, strengthen families, improve parenting skills, and promote economic stability as part of the Healthy Marriage and Responsible Fatherhood (HMRF) initiative. Find out more about the HMRF initiative.

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