Estimated Teen Pregnancy Rates & Population,
Females Ages 15-19
City Of Detroit Health Department
District Residents, 1989-2012

Year Female
Population
Pregnancies Graph of Michigan and City Of Detroit Health Department
Number Rate
1989 43,000  8,577    199.53.8
1990 43,143  9,033    209.43.8
1991 40,946  8,549    208.83.9
1992 39,004  7,669    196.63.9
1993 37,375  7,246    193.94.0
1994 36,419  6,614    181.64.0
1995 36,096  5,840    161.83.8
1996 35,818  5,162    144.13.6
1997 34,792  5,002    143.83.7
1998 34,286  4,822    140.63.7
1999 33,784  4,326    128.03.6
2000 33,709  4,158    123.33.5
2001 32,756  4,058    123.93.6
2002 32,505  3,894    119.83.5
2003 32,643  3,858    118.23.5
2004 33,034  3,772    114.23.4
2005 34,832  3,751    107.73.3
2006 35,825  4,189    116.93.3
2007 36,212  4,058    112.13.2
2008 35,572  4,283    120.43.4
2009 34,392  3,836    111.53.3
2010 32,683  3,612    110.53.4
2011 30,007  3,053    101.73.4
2012 27,858  3,053    109.63.7


Note: Pregnancies are the sum of Live Births, Abortions and Estimated Miscarriages. Miscarriages are estimates adapted from a model developed by C. Tietz and J. Bongaarts of the Population Council (20% of the live births and 10% of the abortions). District totals may not add to state totals.

All rates are per 1,000 age and sex specific population.

Sources: 1989-1999 Michigan Birth Files; 2000-2012 Geocoded Birth Files and 1989-2012 Reported Induced Abortion Files. Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Community Health; Population Estimate (latest update 9/2012), National Center for Health Statistics, U.S. Census Populations With Bridged Race Categories