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Funded State Agencies

The following state educational and health agencies are funded by CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health.

Alabama

The Alabama Department of Health receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Alabama 2015 Results

Contact Information

Alabama Department of Public Health

Crystal Franklin
Surveillance Contact

Alaska

The Alaska Department of Health and Social Services receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Alaska 2015 Results

Arizona

The Arizona Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Arizona 2015 Results

Contact Information

Arizona Department of Education
 

Jean Ajamie
Surveillance Contact

Arkansas

The Arkansas Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.
  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The Arkansas Department of Education is working toward these goals in the following ways: 

    • Providing professional development on standards-based, skill-based instructional materials that are aligned with the Arkansas Health Education Framework and the National Sexuality Education Standards and monitoring school-level sexual health education policies. 
    • Identifying local youth-friendly sexual health service providers and developing a referral system and protocol for school districts and community partners; this will assist youth in accessing needed health services and reduce stigma about receiving health care. 
    • Increasing student-led efforts to promote respect and prevent bullying. Students are developing and delivering anti-bullying messages directly to other students with presentations and materials, helping to create safe and supportive environments for all students and staff.

Interactive Data

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Arkansas 2015 Results

Contact Information

Arkansas Department of Education
Kathleen Courtney
Program Manager

California

The California Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.
  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The California Department of Education is working toward these goals in the following ways: 

    • Assessing school districts progress in aligning their sexual health education curricula to the California Education Code. The department is also educating administrators and teachers about the California Education Code, including portions specific to the inclusion of LGBTQ youth.
    • Modifying a tool to assess and identify youth-friendly sexual health service providers.
    • Providing training and personal assistance to school district staff, including bullying prevention and teaching sexual health and assistance with referral systems.

Interactive Data

Youth Online:
California 2015 Results

Funded Local Agencies

Los Angeles

Oakland

San Diego

San Francisco

Contact Information

California Department of Education

Sharla Smith
Program Manager

Colorado

The Colorado Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Colorado 2011 Results

Contact Information

Colorado Department of Education

Sarah Mathew
CDE Principal Interim Investigator

Connecticut

The Connecticut Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.
  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The Connecticut State Department of Education is working toward these goals in the following ways:

    • Assisting districts with reviewing policies and selecting curricula that aligns with the National Sexuality Education Standards and the Connecticut Department of Education Sexual Health Education Guidelines; this increases the number of districts teaching quality sexual health curriculum.
    • Developing guidance for local districts to expand relationships with school and community health providers, helping youth access needed health services and reduce stigma.
    • Providing training and follow-up support for teachers, nurses, and other school staff on improving school connectedness, parent/family engagement, school climate, and sexual harassment prevention policies.

Interactive Data

Youth Online:
Connecticut 2015 Results

Contact Information

Connecticut State Department of Education

Stephanie Knutson
Education Consultant

Delaware

The Delaware Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE). The Department of Education is working toward these goals in the following ways:

  • Training teachers on exemplary sexual health education curricula for middle schools, high schools, and alternative schools. This training helps districts identify curricula consistent with community norms and aligned with the department’s curricula framework.
  • Providing professional development to district and school staff to identify youth friendly community health services and resources, ensuring that students can comfortably access services and receiving needed assistance.
  • Providing professional development, technical assistance, and follow-up support for school staff to review and monitor anti-bullying and anti-sexual harassment policies. These activities help create safe and supportive environments in which students, staff, and the community feel supported and respected.

The Delaware Department of Health & Social Services receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Delaware 2015 Results

District of Columbia

The District of Columbia Office of the State Superintendent of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.
  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The District of Columbia Office of the State Superintendent of Education is working toward these goals in the following ways: 

    • Developing an on-demand webinar for school staff and community members on sexual health education to improve awareness of district programs and help garner support from the community.
    • Facilitating district-wide trainings on the referral system and the Healthy Youth Resource Guide to help link students to youth-friendly community health service providers.
    • Providing school staff with a DC-branded LGBTQ ally badge to identify trusted adults who have been trained and have access to local youth resources; helping students needing school-based support address their health, psychological and social needs.

 

The District of Columbia Public Schools receive funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

DC Public Schools is working toward these goals in the following ways:

    • Hosting parent sexual health education workshops throughout the district to increase parent support and engagement. 
    • Collaborating with the state education agency to develop, market and distribute the Healthy Youth Resource Guide for schools, community-based organizations and clinical providers. The guide will help students readily access services that decrease the likelihood of infection with HIV or other STDs.
    • Working with a national organization to disseminate the district’s new policy on Transgender/Gender Non-Conforming Students to district administrators, school leaders, school liaisons and other support staff, which supports a safe and supportive school environment. The district also provides training on bullying prevention strategies.

Interactive Data

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District of Columbia 2015 Results

Florida

The Florida Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.
  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The Florida Department of Education is working toward these goals in the following ways:

    • Providing regional professional development trainings on Sexuality Health Education 101 to priority and neighboring districts; this helps to garner support for and adoption of exemplary sexual health education across the state.
    • Collaborating with state level partners to provide regional workshops for School Health Advisory, School Health Wellness Advisory and Wellness Steering Committees in Florida School Districts.
    • Disseminating a list of youth-friendly sexual health service providers by locality, including providers with experience in serving homeless youth. This will help school staff connect students to sexual health services and resources.

Data & Related Agencies

Interactive Data

Youth Online:
Florida 2015 Results

Contact Information

Florida Department of Education

Ksena Zipperer
Program Manager

Georgia

The Georgia Department of Public Health receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Funded Local Agency

DeKalb County

Contact Information

Georgia Department of Public Health

A. Rana Bayakly
Surveillance Contact

Hawaii

The Hawaii State Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Hawaii 2015 Results

Contact Information

Hawaii Department of Education

Sandy Goya
Surveillance Contact

Idaho

The Idaho State Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Idaho 2015 Results

Contact Information

Idaho State Department of Education

Lisa Kramer
Surveillance Contact

Illinois

The Illinois State Board of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH) to:

  • Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.
  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The Illinois State Board of Education is working toward these goals in the following ways:

    • Working with its School Health Advisory Council and HIV Materials Review Panel to select sexual health education curriculum and train Illinois districts on these resources.
    • Providing curriculum trainings and professional development support to the state and selected priority districts to garner statewide support and adoption of exemplary sexual health education. This also helps to create safe and supportive environments in which students, staff and the community feel supported and respected.
    • Promoting school health services for alternative school youth to assist them in accessing needed health services and reduce stigma about receiving health care.

Data & Related Agencies

Interactive Data

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Illinois 2015 Results

Funded Local Agencies

Chicago

Contact Information

Illinois State Board of Education

Jessica H. Gerdes
Principal Investigator/Program Manager

Indiana

The Indiana State Department of Health receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Indiana 2015 Results

Contact Information

Indiana State Department of Health

Robyn Matthews
Surveillance Contact

Iowa

The Iowa State Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

Youth Online:
Iowa 2011 Results

Contact Information

Iowa Department of Education

Ann Feilmann
Surveillance Contact

Kansas

The Kansas State Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Kansas 2013 Results

Contact Information

Healthy Kansas Schools

Mark Thompson
Surveillance Contact

Kentucky

The Kentucky Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Kentucky 2015 Results

Contact Information

Kentucky Department of Education

Stephanie Bunge
School Data Evaluator

Louisiana

The Louisiana Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Louisiana 2013 Results

Contact Information

Louisiana Department of Education

Michael Comeaux
Surveillance Contact

Maine

The Maine Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Maine 2015 Results

Maryland

The Maryland State Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Data & Related Agencies

Interactive Data

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Maryland 2015 Results

Funded Local Agencies

Baltimore

Contact Information

Maryland State Department of Education

Alicia Mezu
Surveillance Contact

Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.
  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education is working toward these goals in the following ways:

    • Providing technical assistance to districts to select middle school and high school sexual health curricula and obtain district approval. This allows districts to identify curricula consistent with state guidance and community norms. 
    • Working to ensure districts’ referral systems are youth friendly; also including organizations that provide appropriate services for LGBTQ students including culturally competent health care, counseling, and peer supports. This effort aims to reduce the stigma and discomfort that some students experience when receiving such health care.
    • Training school counselors, nurses and social workers to support LGBTQ students and their families; helping to create safe and supportive environments for students and staff.

Data & Related Agencies

Interactive Data

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Massachusetts 2015 Results

Funded Local Agencies

Boston

Michigan

The Michigan Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.
  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The Michigan Department of Education is working toward these goals in the following ways:

    • Working with state-mandated sex education advisory boards to help assist districts with curriculum selection. This helps meet the needs of all students including those at greatest risk for HIV and other STDs.
    • Refining a list of youth-friendly sexual health care service providers in communities to help schools make effective referrals.
    • Providing workshops on developing safe school environments, which help educators assess their school climate and improve safety for all students, including those who identify as LGBTQ.

Data & Related Agencies

Interactive Data

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Michigan 2015 Results

Funded Local Agencies

Detroit

Contact Information

Michigan Department of Education

Laurie Bechhofer
Program Manager

Minnesota

The Minnesota Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Collect and report School Health Profiles data. Minnesota does not collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) data.
  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The Minnesota Department of Education is working toward these goals in the following ways:

    • Providing training on CDC’s Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool to assist districts in selecting curricula and help more districts use quality sexual health education programs consistent with community norms.
    • Working with a consortium of health plans to develop materials about community-based and youth-friendly sexual health services, improving student access.
    • Training district administrators, teachers, nurses, and other staff on establishing safe and supportive school environments for all youth; topics include student-led clubs, bullying and harassment, and school-based celebrations.

Contact Information

Minnesota Department of Education

Amy Marsicano
Program Manager

Mississippi

The Mississippi Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.
  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The Mississippi Department of Education is working toward these goals in the following ways:

    • Distributing sexual health education state policies and providing training to district staff on a revised health education framework including sexual health education. This work aims to garner state-wide support and adoption of sexual health education consistent with community norms.
    • Developing and distributing a resource guide identifying youth-friendly community health services providers statewide. These efforts improve access to sexual health services and should increase referrals.
    • Training district staff on parent engagement strategies and student-led clubs, which will help expand districts’ efforts to provide an environment where all students and staff feel safe and connected to school.

Interactive Data

Youth Online:
Mississippi 2015 Results

Missouri

The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

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Missouri 2015 Results

Montana

The Montana Office of Public Instruction receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Montana 2015 Results

Contact Information

Montana Office of Public Instruction

Susan Court
Surveillance Contact

Nebraska

The Nebraska Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Nebraska 2015 Results

Nevada

The Nevada Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Nevada 2015 Results

Contact Information

Nevada Department of Education

Amberlee Baxa
Surveillance Contact

New Hampshire

The New Hampshire Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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New Hampshire 2015 Results

Contact Information

New Hampshire Department of Education

Irene Koffink
Surveillance Contact

New Jersey

The New Jersey Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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New Jersey 2013 Results

Contact Information

New Jersey Department of Education

Laura Kale
Interim Program Manager

New Mexico

The New Mexico Public Education Department receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.
  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The New Mexico Public Education Department is working toward these goals in the following ways:

    • Helping districts select sexual health education curricula that align with the state’s health education standards and benchmarks. This work will assist selected school districts to identify appropriate curricula and programs.
    • Identifying youth-friendly sexual health service providers within communities and school-based health centers across the state, thus improving student access to sexual health services.
    • Providing web-based resources related to implementing the state’s anti-bullying and anti-sexual violence policies; helping build the capacity of school districts to provide safe and supportive environments for all students and staff.

Interactive Data

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New Mexico 2015 Results

Contact Information

New Mexico Public Education Department

Cris Kimbrough
Program Manager

New York

The New York State Education Department receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Data & Related Agencies

Interactive Data

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New York 2015 Results

Funded Local Agencies

New York City

Contact Information

New York State Department of Education

Martha Morrissey
Surveillance Contact

North Carolina

The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.
  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction is working toward these goals in the following ways: 

    • Disseminating state laws and the North Carolina Essential Standards for Health document to support the implementation of sexual health education in NC schools. Training will increase teacher competencies and skills to teach sexual health education. 
    • Developing a local referral system and state-specific website for sexual health services; increasing youth access to youth-friendly sexual health services. 
    • Offering service learning opportunities for students and distributing DASH’s Parent Engagement Strategies document to priority districts, increasing safe and supportive school environments for all students.

Interactive Data

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North Carolina 2015 Results

Contact Information

North Carolina Healthy Schools

Susanne Schmal
Program Manager

North Dakota

The North Dakota Department of Public Instruction receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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North Dakota 2015 Results

Contact Information

North Dakota Department of Public Instruction

Valerie Fischer
Surveillance Contact

Ohio

The Ohio Department of Health receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Data & Related Agencies

Interactive Data

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Ohio 2013 Results

Funded Local Agencies

Cleveland

Contact Information

Ohio Department of Health

Angela Norton
Surveillance Contact

Oklahoma

The Oklahoma State Department Health receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Oklahoma 2013 Results

Contact Information

Oklahoma State Department of Health

Thad Burk
Surveillance Contact

Oregon

The Oregon Health Authority receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report School Health Profiles data. Oregon does not collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) data.

Contact Information

Oregon Health Authority

Nigel Chaumeton
Surveillance Contact

Pennsylvania

The Pennsylvania Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.
  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The Pennsylvania Department of Education is working toward these goals in the following ways: 

    • Providing technical assistance to help select middle school and high school sexual health curricula, allowing districts to identify curricula consistent with community norms and the department framework. 
    • Releasing a list of youth-friendly sexual health providers to districts. School staff will use this list to connect students to locally available sexual health services and resources. 
    • Helping districts assess bullying and sexual harassment policy language; expanding efforts to provide an environment where all students and staff feel safe.

Data & Related Agencies

Interactive Data

Youth Online:
Pennsylvania 2015 Results

Funded Local Agencies

Philadelphia

Contact Information

Pennsylvania Department of Education

Nicholas Slotterback
Program Manager

Rhode Island

The Rhode Island Department of Elementary & Secondary Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.
  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) is working toward these goals in the following ways:

    • Assisting school districts with selecting or creating curricula that align with the RIDE Comprehensive Instructional Outcomes and the National Standards for Sexuality Education. The department is providing training to garner support for the implementation of sexual health education. 
    • Assisting school districts with developing a sexual health services referral system and developing written guidance to refer youth to sexual health services. 
    • Collaborating with the RIDE Office of Multiple Pathways to increase support for youth service learning and mentoring opportunities as well as providing online tools and resources to increase school connectedness and parent engagement.

Interactive Data

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Rhode Island 2015 Results

Contact Information

Rhode Island Department of Elementary & Secondary Education

Rosemary Reilly-Chammat
Principal Investigator/Program Manager

South Carolina

The South Carolina Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

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South Carolina 2015 Results

Contact Information

South Carolina Department of Education

Sabrina Moore
Surveillance Contact

South Dakota

The South Dakota Department of Health receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

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South Dakota 2015 Results

Contact Information

South Dakota Department of Health

Deni Hollingsworth
Surveillance Contact

Tennessee

The Tennessee Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Data & Related Agencies

Interactive Data

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Tennessee 2015 Results

Funded Local Agencies

Shelby County

Contact Information

Tennessee Department of Education

Mark Bloodworth
Surveillance Contact

Texas

The Texas Department of State Health Services receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Data & Related Agencies

Interactive Data

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Texas 2013 Results

Funded Local Agencies

Fort Worth

Houston

Contact Information

Texas Healthy Schools

Jennifer Haussler-Garing
Surveillance Contact

Utah

The Utah Department of Health receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Utah 2013 Results

Contact Information

Utah Department of Health

Michael Friedrichs
YRBS Coordinator

Vermont

The Vermont Department of Health receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to: collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

The Vermont Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The Vermont Department of Education is working toward these goals in the following ways:

  • Using HECAT and the National Sexuality Education Standards to assist districts in assessing curricula. This allows districts to identify curricula consistent with community norms and district expansion of exemplary sexual health education programs.
  • Working with districts to develop or revise their condom availability policy. This effort reduces stigma and discomfort, providing students with additional health care resources.
  • Providing training and technical assistance to develop and support Gay Straight Alliances for school staff, expanding efforts to provide an environment where all students and staff feel safe.

Interactive Data

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Vermont 2015 Results

Contact Information

Vermont Department of Health

Kristen Murray
Surveillance Contact
 

Vermont Department of Education

Tom Aloisi
HIV Prevention Coordinator

Virginia

The Virginia Department of Health receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Virginia 2015 Results

Contact Information

Virginia Department of Health

Sarah Conklin
Surveillance Contact

Washington

The State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The Washington Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction is working toward these goals in the following ways: 

    • Updating statewide student learning standards to incorporate guidance on sexual health education, including training teams of school staff to be comfortable, confident, and competent in providing exemplary sexuality health education. 
    • Working with partners to provide school staff training on making schools safe for all students, including LGBTQ youth. 
    • Working with partners to identify community resources that provide youth-friendly sexual health services, so schools can make referrals that meet student needs.

West Virginia

The West Virginia Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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West Virginia 2015 Results

Contact Information

West Virginia Department of Education

Andy Whisman
Surveillance Contact

Wisconsin

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to:

  • Collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.
  • Deliver exemplary sexual health education emphasizing HIV and other STD prevention (ESHE); increase adolescent access to key sexual health services (SHS); and establish safe and supportive environments for students and staff (SSE).

The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction is working toward these goals in the following ways:

    • Assessing school districts’ progress in evaluating, adopting and implementing sexual health education curricula into their existing Human Growth & Development curricula or programs
    • Identifying youth-friendly community health services and resources and working with youth to provide clinical providers with information on confidentiality and youth-friendliness. 
    • Providing training in selected school districts to provide safe and supportive environments for sexual minority students.

Interactive Data

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Wisconsin 2013 Results

Contact Information

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

Molly Herrmann
Principal Investigator/Program Manager

Wyoming

The Wyoming Department of Education receives funding from CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to collect and report Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and School Health Profiles data.

Interactive Data

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Wyoming 2015 Results

Contact Information

Wyoming Department of Education

Donal Mattimoe
Surveillance Contact

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