Mission:

HEALTHY TEEN NETWORK'S MISSION IS TO PROVIDE RESOURCES, SUPPORT, EDUCATION, TECHNICAL SUPPORT AND ADVOCACY RELATED TO TEEN PREGNANCY, TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION, AND TEEN PAREN ... (More)


 www.healthyteennetwork.org
 |  1501 SAINT PAUL ST STE 114 Baltimore MD 21202-2808

Healthy Teen Network Inc. is headquartered in Baltimore, MD, has an EIN of 52-1292530, and is a 501(c)(3) organization. Donations are tax-deductible.  It is classified by the IRS as a Educational Organization, with a ruling year of 1984.

(Source: IRS Business Master File and Form 990)


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Overall Score (BETA)

85

out of 100

This charity's score is a passing score

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Finance & Accountability Score (BETA)

85

out of 100

This charity's score is a passing score

This Beta V1 of Finance Score provides a baseline measure of an organization’s health including the indicators listed in the details section below.



Finance & Accountability Rating Highlights

Higher Effect on Score

Board Composition

11/12 Independent

We look for at least 3 board members, with more than 50% of members identified as independent.

Lower Effect on Score

Liabilities to Assets Ratio

72.01%

Charity Navigator looks for a ratio less than 50%.

No Effect on Score

Total Revenue

$1,964,169

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Finance & Accountability Report

85

of 100 points (BETA)

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Overview

Overview

The Finance and Accountability Score provides a basic measure for organizational health. At this time, it comprises 100% of a charity's Overall Score.

Program Expense Ratio

94.14%

Higher effect on score

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The Program Expense Ratio is determined by Program Expenses/Total Expense (average of most recent three 990s).


For a passing score, Charity Navigator looks for a ratio of 70% or higher. Charities that fall below 50% will receive zero points for the two financial metrics.


Source: IRS Form 990

Board Composition

11/12 Independent

Higher effect on score


Charity Navigator looks for at least 3 board members, with more than 50% of those members identified as independent.


Source: IRS Form 990

Independent Review/Financial Audit

Audited

Higher effect on score


For organizations larger than $1million in total revenue we expect to see that the charity completed an audit.


This indicator is not part of the score for organizations less than $250k in total revenue and is removed from the scoring methodology.


For charities under $1million but over $250K in total revenue we expect to see that the charity completed an Audit, Review or Compilation.


Source: IRS Form 990

Liabilities to Assets Ratio

72.01%

Lower effect on score


The Liabilities to Assets Ratio is determined by Total Liabilities/Total Assets (most recent 990).


Charity Navigator looks for a percentage less than 50%.


Source: IRS Form 990

Website Listed

Listed

Lower effect on score


Charity Navigator looks for a website on the Form 990 as an accountability and transparency measure.


Nonprofits act in the public trust and reporting publicly on activities is an important component


Source: IRS Form 990

...   Impact & Results


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Impact & Results Score (BETA)

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Impact & Results Rating Highlights

This organization's programs include:

Amount Spent
% of Program Expense
Program Description

$533,645

28%

CAPACITY BUILDING AND EVALUATION - HEALTHY TEEN NETWORK'S MISSION IS TO BUILD THE CAPACITY OF YOUTH-SUPPORTING INDIVIDUALS AND ORGANIZATIONS TOWARD THE GOAL OF EMPOWERING YOUTH TO MAKE HEALTHY DECISIO ... (More)

$229,343

12%

CONFERENCE - HEALTHY TEEN NETWORK IS THE ONLY MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATION FOCUSED ON TEEN PREGNANCY PREVENTION, TEEN PREGNANCY AND TEEN PARENTING. THE ANNUAL CONFERENCE REFLECTS THIS UNIQUE NICHE AND IS A ... (More)

$804,063

42%

INNOVATION AND RESEARCH - HEALTHY TEEN NETWORK PRIDES ITSELF ON SUPPLYING THE ADOLESCENT HEALTH COMMUNITY WITH RELEVANT AND TIMELY RESOURCES, RESEARCH AND SUPPORT TO HELP PROFESSIONALS EFFECTIVELY REA ... (More)

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Overview

Overview

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Impact & Results scores are not available in Encompass Rating System Beta V1.

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What is your organization aiming to accomplish?

The Healthy Teen Network 2013-2016 Strategic Plan is a result of conversations with adolescent, reproductive health, and social justice professionals, state leaders, researchers, funders, and high level officials—in other words, some of the field’s best thinkers. The plan is comprehensive, forward-thinking, and based in reality. It challenges our thinking and approaches, presents a Youth 360° frame for holistic health promotion, and uses data to support evidence-based approaches and new, research-based innovative approaches, to achieve better outcomes for all youth. Our Goals 1. We will achieve better outcomes for youth across diverse populations by promoting the Youth 360° holistic health promotion frame, incorporating social determinants of health and building collaboration. 2. We will increase our impact by supporting evidence-based and innovative approaches, and by prioritizing populations of focus to address health disparities and social determinants. 3. We are steadfast in our capacity-building mission, and we continues to strengthen our internal sustainability through improved structure and function, as well as promoting new methods of support for the field and organizational capacity building. Our strategic plan is not only a sustainability map for our organization and our youth-serving professional members; it is also evidence of our commitment as an organization to the process of assessment and implementation of evidence-based best practices and strategies. Our three goals, illustrated in the 3 overlapping circles below, provide strategies for moving ever closer to our Vision:

What are your strategies for making this happen?

Strategies for Goal 1, Promote the Holistic Youth 360 Frame: Strategies include promoting the social-ecological health promotion theoretical approach throughout our communications, education and outreach, and public policy work; and integrating social determinants into our work. Social determinants of focus include, but are not limited to, access to education, economic, and job opportunities; access to healthcare; and social norms and culture. Strategies for Goal 2, Increase Our Impact: Strategies include creating research-based and evidence-based resources, expanding our research and evaluation activities and resources, developing resources and services related to our populations of interest. Populations of interest for Healthy Teen Network during this four-year period include, but are not limited to, pregnant and parenting teens, Latino youth, young men, system-involved youth (e.g., child welfare, juvenile justice, homeless assistance), and parents and adult caregivers of teens. Strategies for Goal 2, Build Sustainability: Strategies include expanding revenue streams, implementing alternative business models, increasing efficiency, establishing staff development and management structures, developing succession plans, and improving impact of our efforts.

What are your organization's capabilities for doing this?

Our capabilities are best explained through the ways in which we serve our members and the field of adolescent health professionals and organizations. We build the capacity of professionals and organizations through 5 interrelated strategies. 1. Networking and Dissemination: We pride ourselves on supplying the adolescent and young adult health community with relevant and timely resources, research, and support to help professionals effectively reach youth. 2. Research and Evaluation: Through research/program evaluation, we lead the way in promoting evidence-based approaches, programs, and policy, building knowledge on relevant issues and shining a light on innovative programs and services. 3. Capacity-Building Assistance: We provide a wide range of skills-building, interactive capacity-building assistance—such as professional development, trainings, customized technical assistance, coaching—with high impact results for local, state, and regional organizations to improve program, organizational, and community outcomes. 4. Organizational Capacity Building: As the national convener of state and local adolescent and young adult health organizations, such as the Healthy Teen Leadership Alliance, we understand the importance of and contribute to strengthening organizational sustainability, leadership development, and building coalition capacity to improve a broad array of health and well-being outcomes among youth. 5. Public Policy: We monitor youth-related policy and advocate for policy advancements supporting adolescent and young adult health, well-being, and parenting at state, local, and national levels. We provide a wide range of services and resources, using varied methods of outreach, education, advocacy, and networking, to implement these strategies, or capabilities: *Annual National Conference *Training, Presentations, Technical Assistance (TA), and Other Services *Healthy Teen Leadership Alliance *Resources and Tools *Public Policy Platform and Alerts *Weekly Egram Newsletter *Monthly Spotlight Newsletter *Website *Under the Currents Blog *Social Media Networking and Dissemination These extensive services and activities build capacity in the field at-large and incorporate our commitment to evidence-based approaches and the Youth 360° frame for holistic health promotion.

How will your organization know if you are making progress?

Indicators for Goal 1, Promote a Holistic Frame: *We will build the capacity of youth-supporting organizations and individuals to adopt and sustain the holistic Youth 360 social-ecological health promotion frame, integrating social determinants to better address the sexual, reproductive, and parenting needs of all youth. *We will increase our capacity, and the capacity of the field, to build partnerships and collaborate with organizations and agencies outside of the field of adolescent sexual and reproductive health. *We will increase youth access to supports and services that contribute to youth sexual and reproductive health and well-being. *We will increase federal support for pregnant and parenting teens. Indicators for Goal 2, Increase Our Impact: *We will build the capacity of youth-serving organizations and individuals to implement research based approaches, as well as evidence-based interventions, for adolescent sexual and reproductive health initiatives. *We will increase its capacity to provide evaluation and research supporting the development of innovative programs, prioritizing programs for our populations of interest. *We will build the capacity of youth-serving organizations and individuals to address health disparities and serve our populations of interest. *We will secure regular federal funding streams to support the development, implementation, and monitoring of research- based and innovative approaches to adolescent sexual and reproductive health. Indicators for Goal 3, Build Sustainability: *We will become an Entrepreneurial Non-Profit agency, that is, a nonprofit that seeks to match its core competencies with marketplace opportunities in order to simultaneously generate more earned income and expand its social impact. *We will improve organizational efficiency and profitability. *We will develop and implement an organizational communications plan, so marketing and communications efforts across departments are coordinated, strategic, and continuously reviewed for effectiveness and efficiency. *We will build and maintain a consistent brand, improving accessibility, sharing, and impact of Healthy Teen Network resources and services. *We will increase capacity to provide capacity-building assistance to the field, in the form of training, technical assistance, tools, and resources. *We will develop and implement an organizational evaluation plan, including continuous quality improvement, to assess the effectiveness and impact of Healthy Teen Network activities. *We will have increased influence on the development, implementation, and monitoring of national-level public policy in an expanded set of issue areas of importance to youth.

What have and haven't you accomplished so far?

Progress on our strategic plan goals and objectives is documented each year, in our annual report. Annual reports are available on our website: http://www.healthyteennetwork.org/annual-reports.


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