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2012 Division of Adolescent and School Health success stories : state and local organization examples
  • Published Date:
    June 2013
  • Language:
    English
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    Improving the health of youth requires working through settings in which youth can be reached easily . Each day, the nation’s schools provide an opportunity for more than 50 million students to learn about health and practice the skills that promote healthy behaviors . The CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH) works with state, local, and territorial education agencies to reach young people through schools to help prevent HIV infection, other STDs, and teen pregnancy . DASH also works with organizations that serve youth who might not be reached adequately through schools, such as runaway and homeless youth and those in foster care or the juvenile justice system. ss_booklet_0713.pdf
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    Introduction -- Strengthening Colorado’s Support for Sexual Health Education -- Innovative Pilot Project Helps Reduce Chlamydia Rates Among Youth in Rural Florida County -- AMP! and Project U: Reaching Los Angeles Youth Through Innovative Arts and Social Media to Prevent HIV/AIDS -- Michigan: Establishing Safe and Supportive School Environments -- Montana Produces First-Ever YRBS Reports on American Indian Youth Risk Behaviors -- Allies Matter: Creating Safe School Environments for North Carolina’s LGBT Youth -- Screening Adolescents for STDs: Philadelphia’s Innovative In-School Program -- Rhode Island Champions Safe Schools Through Anti-Bullying Mandate -- Advancing Safe Schools in San Diego.
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