ICC: Goals and Benchmarks
The ICC has 5 youth risk behavior prevention-related goals and associated benchmarks.
- Reduce child abuse and neglect by promoting child safety and healthy family functioning.
- Reduce youth use of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs by promoting alternate activities and healthy lifestyles.
- Reduce youth violence and crime by promoting the safety of all citizens.
- Reduce school dropout by increasing the percentage of high school students who successfully transition from school to work, postsecondary education, training and/or military.
- Reduce teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases by promoting the concept that sexual activity, pregnancy and child rearing are serious responsibilities.
- For some background information on the ICC's Goals and Benchmarks, view the State of The State PowerPoint presentation.
- For a PowerPoint presentation about Teen Pregnancy in Montana (Goal 5), please click here.
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