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April is STD Awareness Month, a time for young people to learn the facts about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and protect their sexual health. Educate the youth in your program about the risks of STDs and the importance of getting tested if they are sexually active.

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Every April, the Office of Minority Health celebrates National Minority Health Month, and this year’s theme is Active & Healthy. Discover how you can get involved and encourage minority youth to incorporate even small amounts of physical activity into their schedules and see lifelong health benefits as a result.

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Looking for tips on how to discuss sexting with young people? Join your APP TA Providers and other grantees for a session of our TA office hours on March 5, 3:00-4:00 p.m., ET. The purpose of this office hours session is to provide APP Grantees with practical approaches to discuss sexting with your students.

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This webinar provides the Title V Competitive Sexual Risk Avoidance Education (SRAE) Program grantees with information to support grant administration and program implementation, as well as, information on the types of support and assistance available to grantees. 

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Vulnerable Youth Remain at Greatest Risk for Teen Pregnancy

Youth in foster care are 2x more likely to become pregnant by age 19 than other youth.
Hispanic and black teen girls are about 2-3 time more likely to give birth than white teen girls
Lesbian and bisexual teens have 2x the risk of unintended pregnancy than their heterosexual peers.
430,000 youth in 2014 were served by Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program grantees

You can help  Prep Teens for the Future