Among teens aged 15-19 years attending Title X clinics, LARC use increased from 0.4% in 2005 to 7.1% in 2013, reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Why not higher? Commonly cited barriers include cost (60%), staff concerns about IUD use among teens (47%), and lack of training on insertion of implants (47%) and IUDs (38%).
To help promote increased use of LARC methods, CDC has produced an informative brochure with infographics, reproduced here from http://www.cdc.gov/vitalsigns/pdf/2015-04-vitalsigns.pdf.
 Romero L, Pazol K, Warner L, et al. Vital signs: trends in use of long-acting reversible contraception among teens aged 15-19 years seeking contraceptive services—United States, 2005-2013. MMWR 2015;64:363-9
 Kavanaugh ML, Frohwirth L, Jerman J, et al. Long-acting reversible contraception ofr adolescents and young adults: patient and provder perspetives. J Pediatr Adolesc Gynecol 2013;26:86-95.