1981-1987 San Francisco Teenage Pregnancy and Parenting
The San Francisco Teenage Pregnancy and Parenting Project (TAPP) is based in a private non-profit Family Service Agency in San Francisco, California, and receives federal funding under the Adolescent Family Life (AFL) Title XX of the 1981 Public Health Service Act. Program components include comprehensive care, continuous case management, and co-location of service providers for expectant and parenting adolescents. Data were collected by case managers at client intake, pregnancy outcome, and at six and 12 months after delivery. Data included in DAAPPP cover clients who entered the program from December 1981 through September 1987. A selection of 175 variables most useful to DAAPPP users is included. These data are presented in 2 Data Sets. DAAPPP Data Set No. C8 (``Intake'') includes intake information on 1,513 clients, with a total of 70 variables. Data Set No. C9 (``Outcome'') includes pregnancy outcome and follow-up information on 1,008 pregnancies, with a total of 105 variables. The same client may have as many as four separate pregnancy records in the Outcome file, Data Set No. C9. Information on the same client from these two separate files may be linked by the client's identification code.