Birth Rate Data:
|Average birth rate to teens (2012-2014) by age group||Average number of births to teens (2012-2014) by age group||Change in average teen birth rates (ages 15-19) by county for group years (change between average 1992-1994 rate and 2012-2014 rate)|
|ages 10-14||ages 15-19||ages 15-17||ages 18-19||ages 10-14||ages 15-19|
Birth rates = births to females of a specific age group, per 1,000
*Indicates data unavailable or unable to calculate.
--In counties with less than 15,000 population, cases will not be reported by age group.
Source: Health Statistics Section, Colorado Dept. of Public Health and Environment, . Data provided to Colorado Youth Matter Nov. 2015.
|Chlamydia rate (per 100,000) ages 15-19 (2012)||Gonorrhea rate (per 100,000) ages 15-19 (2012)||HIV rate (per 100,000) ages 15-19 (2012)||AIDS Rate (per 100,000) 15-19 (2012)|
STI/HIV rates = infection per 100,000
** data unavailable for this county due to small population or incidence of indicator
**Cannot release age group in counties with a population of less than 15,000
Source: HIV/STI Surveillance Section Data Sources, Colorado Dept. of Public Health and Environment, data provided to Colorado Youth Matter Jan. 2016 from CDPHE
Title X Clinics
Title X Family Planning clinics provide a variety of preventive health services, including reproductive health exams, contraception, pregnancy testing, screening for cancer & STI/HIV, and referrals to other health and social services. All services are confidential and charges are based on the patient’s ability to pay. You do NOT have to live in the county where services are received.
Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains:
School-Based Health Centers: