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HIV/AIDS Prevention Resources - Youth

Youth Resources

Proud Choices is a facilitated workshop for youth ages 13-24. This workshop explores topics included in HIV 101 and STD 101, confidence building and decision-making. Sponsored by the Kentucky Department for Public Health, HIV/AIDS Branch. (800) 420-7431, please contact Beverly Mitchell (ext 3558) or Michael Hambrick (ext 3560).

Louisville Youth Group (LYG) is a community grassroots organization that provides resources and a safe social atmosphere for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth and young adults (age 20 and younger). LYG collaborates with community organizations and youth services providers to conduct training and resource development.
(502) 589-3316

Family and Children First offers counseling to individuals, couples and families affected by HIV/AIDS. Group services also are available to the HIV community.
2303 River Road, 2nd Floor
(502) 583-1741

Friend to Friend is a Louisville-based volunteer organization that encourages communication and conversation between and among friends to promote HIV prevention.
(502) 574-8555

Youth Action Group supports high school students working together to understand the message of HIV prevention to stop the spread of the virus among teenage students. Sponsored by Heartland Cares Clinic
619 N. 30th Street
(877) 444-8183 - ask for Melinda

Louisville-Metro Youth Detention Services provides presentations, video-based programs and peer counseling and speakers as well as designated education providers. The program serves youth 22 and younger and has equal gender distribution.

Morehead State University Delta Sigma Theta Sorority provides HIV/AIDS prevention materials to students on campus through community outreach efforts and presentations. Target audiences include students and staff from rural areas.
Contact La Raissa Davis
c/o MSU Eta Omicron Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta
UPO 2407
Morehead, Ky. 40351.

University of Kentucky Multicultural Center provides HIV/AIDS prevention materials to students and collaborates with AIDS Volunteers, Inc and Lexington Fayette County Health Department to provide HIV testing.

Additional youth HIV Web links


Last Updated 5/13/2008