Funded Local Education Agencies

The following local education agencies receive funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health for school-based HIV/STD prevention and school-based surveillance.

School-based HIV Prevention

CDC funding is used to work with schools to implement school-based programs and practices designed to reduce HIV and other STDs among adolescents, including strengthening sexual health education (SHE), increasing adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS), and establishing safe and supportive environments (SSE) for students.

School-based Surveillance

CDC funding is used to conduct school-based surveillance on youth risk behaviors and school health policies and practices.

School-based Activities During COVID-19 Pandemic

CDC funding is used to support return to school activities post COVID-19 closures, including mitigating the impact of disruptions related to COVID-19 within schools and enhancing mental health support and linkages to health services for students.

Agency contact information and program descriptions