The THEO Program provides youth development activities for the students to foster personal growth. THEO is available to do presentations at schools, churches, colleges and community programs which service adolescents. The AEP also provides presentations by professionals to speak to adolescent groups and acts as a resource to health care professionals interested in HIV prevention. THEO utilizes trained Youth Health Advocates that focus on providing HIV/STD and HCV services to young people between the ages of 13-24. Advocates provide evidence-based and medically accurate sexual education to young people living with HIV and to youth at the highest risk for HIV/STD/HCV; which includes court-involved youth, children of incarcerated parents, and young women formerly involved in sex trafficking. The Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) provides pregnancy prevention information and two evidence based curriculum interventions for young people between the ages of 11-18. . The Peer Leaders write, direct and perform in a monthly YouTube Web Series called The CHAT, which tackles youth sexual health issues from a young person’s point of view.

Ages:
  • 14,
  • 15,
  • 16,
  • 17,
  • 18,
  • 19,
  • 20,
  • 21

Opportunities:
  • Career training programs,
  • College information,
  • Health information,
  • Internships,
  • Jobs

Areas of interest:
  • Medicine/Healthcare

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