Reducing Adolescent Sexual Risk
Reducing Adolescent Sexual Risk helps health professionals design, adapt and select curriculum-based programs to effectively address critical factors that affect teens' sexual decision making. It is ideal for program planners, policy makers, district administrators and youth-serving organizations.View Details
Project STAY presents Cells in Da' Hood
An animated vignette that depicts phone text conversations between young people, targetted to reach urban teens and young adults and. The video discusses sexual health issues such as condom utilization and sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing, dispelling myths and fears, and how to access and how to access Project STAY's services.View Details
What is the SHRE?
The Sexual Health Resource Exchange (SHRE) is a web-based resource library providing access to high quality, accurate, multi-media public awareness and education materials on chlamydia and other sexual health issues. The SHRE was developed by the National Chlamydia Coalition (NCC) to reduce the high rates of chlamydia and its harmful effects among sexually active adolescents and young adults. You can search for, view and download customizable public awareness and educational materials, and/or share your own resources with our easy to use upload process.