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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,Division of Adolescent and School Health

Sexual Health Services

This is an abstract outlinging strategies that state education agencies, local education agencies, and schools could use to increase students' access to sexual health services.

The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Model

This fact sheet explains the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Model (WSCC), that incorporates the components of CSH and the tenets of the ASCD’s* whole child approach to strengthen a unified and collaborative approach to learning and health.

Ways to Influence Your Teen’s Sexual Risk Behavior: What Fathers Can Do

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This information sheet is to help guide fathers to influence their teenagers sexual risk behaviors in positive ways. It encourages fathers to monitor and supervise their teen, be involved in their lives, communicate well, and share their values. It also provides a list of resources for additional information and assistance.

HIV Among U.S. Youth 2014

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This infographic illustrates the status of HIV among American youth. It states that youth make up six percent of the people living with HIV in the United States. It also states that schools have direct contact with 50 million youth and that they play an important role in guiding youth to make healthy choices.

HIV and Young Men Who Have Sex With Men

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Young people in the United States remain at risk for HIV infection. An estimated 56,300 Americans are infected with HIV each year. Of these, 34%, or approximately 19,000, are adolescents or young adults aged 13–29 years. Young men who have sex with men (YMSM), especially black YMSM, are at highest risk. This information sheet highlights the ongoing risk for HIV infection among YMSM and underscores the need to reach each new generation with effective HIV prevention messages and services. Schools and education agencies are important partners in this effort.
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