SHIFT NC

Orange County, NC

Local information on the state of adolescent health and helpful resources. 

2016 Teen Pregnancies

Number of pregnancies among 15-19-year-old girls: 56
Teen pregnancy rate per 1,000 15-19-year-old girls: 7.9
Teen pregnancy rates by race/ethnicity
African American: *
Hispanic: *
White: *
Teen pregnancy rates by age
15-17-year-olds: *
18-19-year-olds: 9.5
Number of pregnancies among 15-17-year-old girls: 13
Number of pregnancies among 18-19-year-old girls: 43
Percent of Repeat Pregnancies: 25%
Teen birth rate per 1,000 15-19-year-old girls: 4.8
NC County Ranking (out of 100 counties): 68
Change since 2015: +25.4%

*Rates based on small numbers (<20 pregnancies) are unstable and not provided.

Source: North Carolina State Center for Health Statistics

Updated November 2017. See Archived Statistics


Sexual Health

Number of Chlamydia Cases (2016, all ages): 692
Number of Gonorrhea Cases (2016, all ages): 174

Number of HIV Reports (2016, all ages): 10


The total numbers of Chlamydia and Gonorrhea cases are useful indicators of adolescent sexual health as they are most common among young people ages 15-24.

HIV reports are notable because youth ages 13-24 account for more than 1 in 5 new HIV diagnoses in the United States. 

Data Source: NC DHHS, HIV/STD Surveillance Unit, Communicable Disease Branch

Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Health Policies

Board Policy Manual - Home

Comprehensive Health Education - Section 3000, Policy Code 3540

School Policy on Bullying/Harassment - Section 4000, Policy Code 1710/4021/7230

Education for Pregnant/Parenting Students - Section 4000, Policy Code 4023

 

Orange County Schools Health Policies

Board Policy Manual - Home

Comprehensive Health Education

School Policy on Bullying/Harassment

Education for Pregnant/Parenting Students

Organizations that Support Adolescent Sexual Health

Orange County DSS (NC TPPI Adolescent Parenting Program)

Orange County Rape Crisis Center

Compass Center for Women and Families (NC TPPI Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program)

Think your county's profile is missing something? Update Your County Profile