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Campaigns

Act Against AIDS: CDC’s home for HIV-related campaigns.



Start Talking. Stop HIV: A campaign that seeks to reduce new HIV infections among gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men by encouraging open discussion about a range of HIV prevention strategies and related sexual health issues between sex partners.

Take Charge. Take the Test. : A campaign that encourages HIV testing among Black/African American women between the ages of 18–34.




Testing Makes Us Stronger: A campaign that encourages black gay and bisexual men ages 18-44 (with an emphasis on 18-24 year-olds) to get tested for HIV.


Reasons/Razones: A bilingual (English/Spanish) campaign that encourages HIV testing among Latino gay and bisexual men, who are among those most affected by HIV in the United States.

Interventions

Focus on Youth with Informed Parents and Children Together (for African American youth ages 12-15 years)

Project AIM (for at-risk youth ages 11-14 years)

SIHLE (for African American females ages 14-18 years)

Street Smart (for youth ages 11-14 years)

Together Learning Choices (for people living with HIV ages 13-29 years)

 

 


 

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