This site by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides information about teen pregnancy in the United States. It also provides resources.
Here is a Planned Parenthood site for teens about how pregnancy occurs, making decisions, and support when finding out they are pregnant.
This site has a wealth of information about why it is important to focus on preventing teen and unplanned pregnancies. It provides statistics about teen and unplanned pregnancy. It also provides resources for youth and families.
Look at this subsection of the site for national and state statistics:
These are sister sites of the National Campaign site:
Stay Teen: http://stayteen.org/stay-informed
This site is aimed toward teens. It provides information about sexual health, pregnancy prevention, and healthy relationships.
This site is aimed toward people aged eighteen through twenty-nine. It provides information about birth control options and sexual health.
This link is a resource for parents who have a child that is pregnant.
This fact page from the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) explains emotions teen may feel when finding out they are having a child, the possible outcomes of pregnancy, and ways support should be provided.
This site is a resource for adolescents that are pregnant. It provides tips for a healthy pregnancy.
This site from the Australian Department of Health is a resource for adolescents that are having a baby. This site provides a reflection-like process where choices are presented and questions regarding support and readiness are asked. It also examines issues for teens and parents dealing with the pregnancy. It also offers support for young men.
This site is a resource for teens in talking to their parents about their pregnancy.
This site from Canada explains ways to positively and negatively deal with stress during pregnancy. It acknowledges that stress is natural, and provides ideas as to how teens can deal with their stress while pregnant.