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information, advice, and services on reproductive health for young people. Lastly, encouragecommunity leaders to discuss youth issues, such as religious leaders, teachers, health careproviders, and the media.According to Kirst et al., (2018) stated that an effective client advocate must know the rights andentitlements of clients (pp.532). As the advocate continued, they were provided with informationabout their right to reproductive services, their rights to a decision on family planning methods,and their right in decision making about childbirth. According to Kirst et al., (2018) stated that asocial worker when occupying role of advocate should help others seek out resources (pp.533).We located services that were nearby that provided free reproductive health services such asplanned parenthood. The potential risks that may be encountered by social workers might be from parents whendiscussing the topic of adolescent right on abortion — secondly some religious leaders’ biases toadolescent assessing family planning at early ages.Kirst-Ashman, K. (2018) Empowerment Series: Understanding Generalist Practice, Cengage Learning

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