Adolescent pregnancy and other issues related to adolescent sexual health affect all of us – in our families, our faith communities, our schools, and our businesses. The personal, societal, and economic costs of teen pregnancy and adolescent sexual risk-taking are undeniably high, placing huge burdens on our education, health, welfare, and social service systems. There is much work to be done: rates for pregnancy, HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases are unacceptably high and disproportionately burdensome to our most vulnerable youth. A statewide organization is part of the solution.