United States

Street Smart is an intensive HIV/AIDS and STD prevention program for youth whose behaviors place them at risk of becoming infected. Life circumstances define risk for some youth; being runaway or homeless, gay, or a sex offender increases the potential for risky behavior.

Girlshealth.gov offers girls ages 10 to 16 reliable, useful information on health and well-being. It covers hundreds of topics, from getting your period to stopping bullies, and from getting fit to preventing sexually transmitted infections. The pages are clear and fun, and they make sure to answer key questions girls ask.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) developed Testing Makes Us Stronger for black gay and bisexual men with input from black gay and bisexual men across the country. The goal of this national campaign is to promote HIV testing among black gay and bisexual men.

This website contains health information for children. On the site, there are links to videos, games, cartoons, activities, and comics, all offering information about nutrition, physical activity, safety, and "your mind and body." There is also a link for teachers, with advice as to how to Incorporate BAM!

This website offers an overview of some of the materials produced for the Act Against AIDS campaign available for download.  It offers HTML code for organizations that wish to place badges and banners on their website to link to the CDC's various Act Against AIDS campaign websites.

 

This website is part of the US Centers for Disease Control and Preventions HIV/AIDS information portal. It provides basic information for the public, such as: what is HIV/AIDS, how is it spread, how can I protect myself, testing basics, and basic statistics. There is also a 7 minute video about HIV/AIDS Basics.

Pages