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General Prevention Links HIV AIDS and Adolescents Information from the CDC
YouthAIDS Works in 60 countries to educate and protect kids from a life of HIV/AIDS. Through theatre, media, music, fashion and sport YouthAIDS promotes abstinence, decreased sexual activity and protected safer sex Coalition for Positive Sexuality Safer sex information. Uses sexually explicit cartoons and language. In English and Spanish
HIV/AIDS Prevention Education Provides links to organizations, facts, statistics, state laws, and other valuable resources HIV Prevention for Adolescents Prevention needs and approaches
HIV AIDS: What's this got to do with me? This site was developed in support of the educational CD-ROM "HIV/AIDS-What's This Got to do With ME?", which was produced with funding from the Illinois Department of Public Health North American Syringe Exchange Network Dedicated to the creation, expansion and continued existence of syringe exchange programs as a proven method of stopping the transmission of blood borne pathogens, especially HIV, in the injecting drug using community
Rural Center For AIDS/STD Prevention
Preventing HIV/STD Among Adolescents
Creating HIV/STD Education Messages for Adolescents
Center for AIDS Prevention Studies The Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS) at the University of California San Francisco is committed to maintaining a focus on prevention of HIV disease, using the expertise of multiple disciplines, and an applied and community-based perspective within a university setting
HIV/STI Prevention and Treatment among Youth in the U.S. Information and resources from Advocates For Youth Comprehensive HIV Prevention Messages for Young People Data clearly show that many young people are sexually active and that they are placing themselves and their partners at risk for infection with HIV and other STDs. These young people must be provided the skills and support they need to protect themselves
The Continuing Role of State Health Agencies in Adolescent HIV Prevention This brief provides suggestions to states that are continuing HIV prevention efforts despite scarce resources Becoming a Responsible Teen An HIV prevention curriculum primarily for African American adolescents, ages 14-18, in non-school, community-based settings

Changing HIV Risk Behavior: Practical Strategies by Jeffrey A. Kelly


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