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Teens talk to teens about sex. Here's why it's a good thing...

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Our teens are learning about HIV, STDs, and educating others about prevention. They decided to create videos to help spread the word. Check them out here!

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How Much Do You Know About Teens and STDs?

Take the TestIf you are a Cleveland teen, stop by Teen Night on Tuesdays and get tested.

If you are a parent or community advocate, learn what ID Alliance is doing here in Cleveland. Our research on sexually transmitted diseases among teens is making headlines across the country.


Did You Know?

In 2011, one in eleven Cleveland teens was treated for Chlamydia infection. In 2012, new HIV cases in Cuyahoga County reached their highest level in six years. Nationwide, one out of every four new HIV infections occur in people 13 to 24 years old. We partner with public health teams to track these infections and develop strategies to reduce the rates.

Check out our Relationships & Reality winter 2014 schedule! Stay tuned for spring 2014 speakers and session topics.

Right on Cue: Our Teens = Powerful Videos

Peer EducatorsOur Peer Educators are teens, and they sure know how to be creative in their quest to teach others about sexual health. Over the last few months, they developed their own YouTube videos on a wide range of subjects. Check them out!

 

 

The Bryan Jones Interview

Teens from ID Alliance in Cleveland ask an HIV survivor: What is it like to live with HIV?

STIs and STDs: Myths and Facts

How much do you know about sexually transmitted diseases and sexually transmitted infections? These teens give you the myths -- and the facts.

4 Common Questions About STIs

A teen from Shaw High School in Cleveland talks about STIs and STDs. Here, he talks about four questions that most teens want to know.

Want to see more videos? Go to our YouTube channel.

Spread the Word. Not the Disease.

Facebook linkResearch tells us that teens and young adults need to be regularly informed about infectious diseases and how to prevent them. So how much do you know?

Follow the latest news on Facebook – what you don't know CAN hurt you.

 

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