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The SC Campaign is committed to providing local programs science-based curricula and other resources to assist adolescent health care providers in disseminating comprehensive sexuality education. We offer various resources regarding teen pregnancy prevention, contraception and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV/AIDS. These resources may be borrowed and returned from the Campaign resource library as needed.
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Evidence-Based Curricula


This HIV risk reduction program can be implemented in a variety of community-based settings serving high-risk youth. Originally designed to meet the comprehensive needs of runaway youth, the program provides case management and counseling services. It is also appropriate for residential treatment programs. Adolescents Living Safely is based on cognitive behavioral model that has guided several previous health promotion efforts with adolescents; the program encourages skill building and self-efficacy in an environment of peer support. The importance of safe sex is emphasized throughout the lessons. In addition to ongoing counseling and case management services, the full intervention includes 20 small group discussion sessions held over a three week period, each session designed to last 90 to 120 minutes with one session of private counseling.
This school-based (also suitable for community setting), teacher delivered curriculum for urban high school students seeks to increase knowledge about HIV/AIDS, build skills to recognize and prevent behaviors that put youth at risk of HIV infection, and encourage youth to make healthy decisions. The curriculum comprises six hour-long lessons, implemented on consecutive days.
The main message of this curriculum is to provide teens with HIV/AIDS prevention information and training on communication/negotiating skills regarding sex. Abstinence is stressed as the best way to prevent HIV infection, but that other preventive measures such as condom use were also important. BART consists of eight sessions.
This community-based program gives youth the skills and knowledge they need to protect themselves from HIV and other STDs. Focus on Kids: -Builds skills in decision making, communication, assertive refusal, advocacy and accessing resources. -Empowers youth to resist pressures, clarify personal values, communicate and negotiate around risk behaviors, and learn to use a condom correctly. -Includes a variety of interactive activities-games, role plays, discussions and community projects. -Makes use of naturally occurring 'friendship groups' to strengthen peer support of alternatives to risky behaviors. -Addresses HIV and other STDs, abstinence and condom use. -Offers a parent session to strengthen parental involvement and family support for avoiding risky behaviors.
This community-based program gives youth the skills and knowledge they need to protect themselves from HIV and other STDs. Focus on Youth: -Builds skills in decision making, communication, assertive refusal, advocacy and accessing resources. -Empowers youth to resist pressures, clarify personal values, communicate and negotiate around risk behaviors, and learn to use a condom correctly. -Includes a variety of interactive activities-games, role plays, discussions and community projects. -Makes use of naturally occurring 'friendship groups' to strengthen peer support of alternatives to risky behaviors. -Addresses HIV and other STDs, abstinence and condom use.
As originally designed, FOCUS is an eight-hour intervention consisting of four two-hour sessions. The sessions are broken down into a varying number of discrete modules. Although there are interactive activities (e.g. role play exercise, visualizations, etc.), the modules are constructed primarily around the PowerPoint slide sets, accompanied by lecture and augmented with discussion and other activities. This program is designed to provide the information and skills that are needed to always make choices that will prevent one from placing one's self into at risk for an unplanned pregnancy, or for spreading and STD, including HIV infection.
Get Real about AIDS is an HIV prevention curriculum consisting of 14 lessons. It addresses sexual risk-taking behaviors related to pregnancy prevention, including: delaying sexual activity, using condoms, being monogamous if sexually active, and avoiding risky situations.
The HORIZONS program was created to teach young women about some positive choices they can make to be healthy and have a more successful life. The HORIZONS program was also designed to instill a sense of pride, to foster a sense of sisterhood among young Black women, and to enhance your self-esteem. This programs includes discussions about sex, relationships, and women's health.
The Reach for Health Community Youth Service (CYS+) program builds upon community-based service learning. It includes a health promotion curriculum (Reach for Health, based upon Teenage Health Teaching Modules, and including information regarding human sexuality), delivered to seventh and eighth graders by educators trained specifically in the curriculum. The health curriculum consists of 40 core lessons that focus on three primary health risks faced by urban youth: drug and alcohol use, violence, and sexual behaviors that may result in pregnancy or infection with HIV and other STIs. Students also spend about three hours each week providing service in community settings, such as nursing homes, senior centers, full-service clinics, and child day care centers. Under the guidance of their health teachers as well as staff from placement sites, students perform such tasks as reading to elders, assisting with meals, and helping with exercise, recreation, and arts. Students prepare for their service activities by learning more about the organization to which they are assigned and by setting personal goals for their service learning. The program is based on the health belief model and theories of social learning. As such, the program expects students to learn both by doing and by reflecting on their experiences.
This sixteen-lesson curriculum for late adolescence emphasizes teaching refusal statements, delay statements and alternative actions in order for students to be able to abstain from sex or protect themselves from HIV/STDs.
This program was originally developed for use with incarcerated male adolescent drug users, who may be detained in custody only briefly. This intensive, short-term intervention consists of four one-hour, small-group sessions focusing on health education issues, particularly HIV/AIDS. Adapting techniques of Problem Solving Therapy, the facilitator guides eight-person groups in discussing the following topics: general health, HIV and AIDS, drug abuse and its consequences, sexual behavior, health and AIDS risk behaviors and strategies for seeking health and social services.
Is a program that covers topics of: consequences of unprotected sex, risk perceptions, prevention methods, condoms and other barrier methods, and how to gain access to health care products. Discussions about sex, secondary abstinence, and the wheel of change also occur in this program.
SiLHE builds upon African American women's self-efficacy and ethic pride. This four-session intervention is grounded in social cognitive, gender, and power theories.
**Must Be Trained First to be able to use this resource** Although the key objective for Teen Outreach Program is to avoid adolescent pregnancy; reproductive health is not the primary topic in the classroom. The overriding message is that teens can and do make important contributions to the community. Lessons and discussions reinforced positive decision-making and promote self-awareness and positive self worth. Abstinence and Contraception are included. The primary intervention in this nine-month program is community-service learning.
This is a collaborative school and community health centers-based sex and contraception education intervention intended to reduce adolescent pregnancy. The 12 to 15 hour program begins with two large-group, lecture format presentations covering reproductive physiology, contraception methods, and contraceptive effectiveness. During the remaining four sessions, students participate in small group discussions that are designed to: help teens understand and personalize the risks and consequences of teenage pregnancy; develop and practice the skills that will make abstinence or obtaining contraception easier decisions to implement. The sessions include role plays, and trigger films that encourage group discussion.
What Could You Do? is a theory-based interactive DVD designed to educate young women about sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) such as HIV/AIDS, chlamydia, gonorrhea, genital herpes, genital warts, trichomoniasis, and hepatitis B. The DVD also provides information about how to make less risky sexual choices and how to use condoms correctly. Watching this DVD has been shown to increase abstinence, prevent condom failure, and reduce reported STD diagnosis.

Promising Curricula

This four-part series utilizes innovative approaches to assist parents in developing communication skills to talk openly and honestly to their children about sexuality issues. It focuses on character education and helps parents talk with their children about assuming adult responsibility. Topics include: "Setting Personal Boundaries," "TV and Sex," "Decision-Making," and "Healthy Neighborhoods." This package also includes "Plain Talk about Community Organizing," "Plain Talk Promo Kit," "Plain Talk Trainer's Guide," and a "Patty Plain Talk Video."
A 10-session prevention curriculum for adolescents ages 14-18 who are in and out-of-home foster care. It is designed to help these youth prevent pregnancy, HIV, and other sexually transmitted infections (STI's). It is directed toward youth who reside in group homes, foster homes, kinship foster care, or residential care.
The Smart Girls Life Skills Training Curriculum takes into consideration that all teens are at risk for sexual behavior. Some teens need fewer or less intensive interventions, while others need more comprehensive and sustained services based on the levels of risk they exhibit. At a minimum, all teens deserve accurate, age appropriate sexually education that prepares them for healthy dating relationships. The Smart Girls Life Skills Training Curriculum encourages participants to explore their attitudes, feelings and values about self-esteem, relationships, dating and sexual behavior to promote healthy decision-making.
Male teen pregnancy prevention program proven effective in helping males make wiser and more responsible decisions.

Supplemental Materials

This series of computer games includes HIV/AIDS: It's up to you; Human Sexuality 1: A Healthy Me; and Human Sexuality 2: Respect and Responsibility. The game uses fun graphics, games, music and videos to convey information about sexuality, STDs and responsibility. While some activities contain voice-overs, and are therefore appropriate for lower literacy audiences, a good portion of the activities require significant amounts of reading. The set includes both a teacher's guide that contains activities and teaching strategies and a student portfolio with activities and questions.
Love U2 is a positive, asset building relationship education program to help teens become wiser about relationships, smarter about sex, more skilled in communications and more informed about marriage and families. Pro abstinence education, but not for reasons that have to do with religion, ideology, or politics. It is pro abstinence because it centers around the emotional and social well being of teens.
Love U2 is a positive, asset building relationship education program to help teens become wiser about relationships, smarter about sex, more skilled in communications and more informed about marriage and families. Pro abstinence education, but not for reasons that have to do with religion, ideology, or politics. It is pro abstinence because it centers around the emotional and social well being of teens.
Goal and objectives for teaching about abstinence. Goal- to help young people explore the complexities of sexual abstinence in ways that respect their ability to make responsible choices when they learn accurate information, clarify their values, and develop interpersonal skills. With the objectives of this book participants will: -Understand that the option not to have sexual intercourse is a basic human right that an individual should be able to assert at any time in any relationship. -Recognize the need for people who choose 'sexual abstinence' to develop definitions in order to be effective abstainers. -Consider not only what behaviors different abstinence definitions prohibit, but also what they might permit. -Examine the many factors that impact on a person's ability to abstain successfully. -Build the decision-making and communication skills needed to protect themselves and their partners.
There are 20 lessons in this curriculum for students in upper elementary to early middle school. They are organized into three clusters of lessons, called tiers. Each tier is designed to be taught as a unit for students in one grade; thus there are lessons for three consecutive years. However, because each community is unique, the lessons could be reorganized and taught as local districts choose. (This description describes the 2010 edition. A newly updated 2015 edition, which includes a Spanish version, is available for purchase at
This resource material covers topics on character in relationships, harmful and violent relationships, friendship, dating, and abstinence, male reproductive health, female reproductive health, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV/AIDS, marriage, parenthood, and family living, pregnancy and childbirth, and birth control methods. This is a resource material for grades k-12.

Other Curricula

Based on a soap opera format, Bay City Kids is an instructional video series depicting the confusion and dilemmas of developing sexuality. Produced by South Carolina ETV in 1988, it was created for classroom use to complement the Reproductive Risk Reduction Curriculum developed by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
A series of parent workshops that provides an opportunity for families and educators to address the prevention of HIV, teen pregnancy, and sexually transmitted disease in a healthy, proactive, and constructive manner even before children become sexually active. This curricula includes a family activity book and VHS tape.
Five fun cartoons designed to help families talk about self-esteem, sex and peer pressure.** (VHS Only)**
Not only is sexual abuse (and child abuse) overwhelming and confusing for children, it's difficult for adults too! Most of us are intellectually and emotionally distressed when confronted with the realities of abuse and resulting trauma to children. Therefore, it is not a surprise that prevention/education of child abuse can be a difficult undertaking! The Good Touch/Bad Touch curriculum uses a comprehensive approach! Each year, children are introduced to developmentally appropriate materials, with previous years' lessons reinforced and new information added. Educators and other adults can receive our comprehensive training and become certified (comfortable) facilitating the curriculum in the classroom. This is the guide for Good Touch/Bad Touch FACILITATORS.
The current study is MEE's largest and most important undertaking to date. It represents a shift in the focus of our applied research, from 'the streets' to the home. This shift is crucial, since studies show that abuse early in life is a precursor to a continuous cycle of violence. The project itself involved not only MEE productions, but also the resources of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Minority Health Professions Foundation. Eventually, the project grew to include a research team, a review board of clinical experts, additional administrative staff, as well as a group of summer interns and MEE's media production team.
When asked to pick their favorite music, less than half of inner-city Black youth currently choose Hip-Hop/Rap, and its popularity decreases inversely with age. Thus, while 54% of Black 16-17 year olds still choose Hip-Hop/Rap as their favorite musical genre, the percentage drops to 40% among 19 - 20 year olds. These findings are based on a new national survey of 1,918 Black youth that examines their entertainment preferences and highlights the core media consumption, lifestyle, behavioral and attitudinal patterns of this group.
It Takes Two provides pregnancy prevention programs for students, community groups, and at-risk youth in traditional and alternative schools. Only for those **Certified as TRAINERS!**
Love Notes aims to help young people make wise relationship and sexual choices- choices that will help them, rather than create barriers, for achieving their education, employment, relationship and family goals. It is designed especially for young people who are at risk for early and unplanned pregnancy, who are pregnant or already parenting, or who are involved with a partner who is a parent. Even so, much of the content of Love Notes would be relevant to any young person. A fundamental premise of this program is that one's love life is not neutral. The decisions one makes in romantic attachments can affect every other aspect of life- school and work success, physical and mental health, and especially one's child. If we want to help young people succeed, attention to education, employment, and parenting, as well as to healthy relationships and marriage, is needed. Troubled and unstable relationships and unplanned pregnancies have a way of derailing the progress young people may otherwise make in school, work or parenting.
This curriculum strives to help students realize that waiting to have sex is the "smart" choice, to provide students with a model for making healthy decisions about sexual activity, and to provide students with skills that will enable them to sustain their commitment to wait to have sex.
This program aims to achieve the following goals: to increase awareness of HIV/AIDS by saturating the community with risk-reduction messages; to reduce HIV infection by encouraging sexually active teens to use condoms; and to increase communication between parents and teens about sexuality and HIV/AIDS. The program components include: peer educators, parent training, and community advancement collaboration.
Helps to teach important lessons about learning how to handle curiosity about sex, learning to understand and defuse social pressures about sex, and learning to resist peer pressures toward sexual involvement are important lessons for needs that young people have with respect to management of their sexual behavior.
Reproductive Health Counseling for Young Men is one-hour, single session program designed to involve males in adolescent pregnancy prevention. It is targeted toward a general audience to be equally appropriate for sexually active males and those who have not begun having intercourse. Guided by the belief that health care practitioners can serve as credible sources of sexuality information, the program provides reproductive health information and counseling in a primary health care setting.
The Santa Cruz County Male Involvement Program (hereafter, Male Involvement Program) is a collaborative school-, community-, and clinic based intervention run by the Santa Cruz County Health Services Agency (HSA) and two community based non-profit organizations. It was originally implemented as part of a statewide, male focused pregnancy prevention effort funded by the California Department of Health Services. It was also a key component of Governor Peter Wilson's 1995-1996 'Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative'. The overall goals of the Male Involvement Program are: -To increase knowledge, skills, and motivation of at-risk adolescent boys and young adult men in order to actively promote their role in reducing teen pregnancies -To increase community and individual awareness regarding the importance of the roles and responsibilities of young males in the prevention of teen pregnancies and to reinforce community values that support these roles -To increase males' access to reproductive health information and contraceptive supplies.
Sex Can Wait is one of the most frequently used curricula in federal grants. It contains no errors or distortions of public health, and a research article in Journal of Health rated Sex Can Wait as the number 1 abstinence education program.
Sex Can Wait is one of the most frequently used curricula in federal grants. It contains no errors or distortions of public health, and a research article in Journal of Health rated Sex Can Wait as the number 1 abstinence education program.
This program design focuses on pregnancy prevention protocol for family planning clinics and other reproductive health care providers. This program works to meet the special psychological needs of family planning clients who are under the age of 18 and is designed specifically for family planning clinics.
This collection can be used to show some of the basic principles of contemporary poetry. However, pregnant and parenting teens will enjoy and relate to the content more if it is not introduced as the dreaded 'English Component'. Instead, introduce the book as the idea of taking a look at the more personal life of a real person who went through a situation similar to their own. They may be more inspired to write and perform poetry for themselves, if they connect with the poems first.
This Is My Reality: The Price of Sex is our fourth major research report on the culture and communication dynamics of Black urban youth. We see this newest research as an extension of our mission and are excited about the opportunity to add young people's voices to the dialogue about sex in America's inner cities.
Funded by the federal Office of Adolescent Pregnancy Programs and developed by ETR Associates, Wait For Sex is the result of five years of development work that included extensive feedback from a youth advisory committee and several rounds of pilot testing. Its specific goals is to motivate 11-13 year olds to abstain from sexual intercourse by giving them the knowledge and skills to do so. But the program's components have even broader potential. For example, because the program is based on principles of social learning theory, youth development, and service learning, it has the potential to affect a wide range of beliefs and motivations. These included an expanded notion of future options and increased comfort discussing sexuality with parents or other trusted adults.

Faith-Based Materials

This curriculum is to help answer children's questions from a Christian perspective.
This book is to help parents of young children to understand and gain confidence in their roles as the primary sexuality educator of their children and to do so within the context of their religious faith.
This curriculum is designed to help students (and adults who care about them) to understand what sexual purity is, what the True Love Waits movement is all about, and how they can get involved.
This book calls on communities of faith to build their assets and give practical strategies for creating an asset-building congregation. It begins by presenting the vision of developmental assets and talking about their implication for congregations.
The purpose of this study is to help students: (1) commit to and develop a deeper "walk with God", (2) maintain a "personal holiness", (3) understand the consequences of "moral impurity", and (4) accept "God's love and forgiveness."
This curriculum helps teenagers take a Bible-based approach to faith and life issues. Teenagers learn to explore vital spiritual and real-life issues in a way that "engages their hearts", answers their questions, and changes their lives.
This book will not only teach the five love languages, but it also helps uncover ways to express one’s self to family, friends, and to significant others.
This curriculum helps parents discover how to identify and fluently speak each and every teenager's primary love language. The five love languages are quality time, word of affirmation, gifts, physical touch, and acts of service.
This study encourages students to commit to living "lives of purity" in the context of their families.
"Sexual purity" may seem like a clear standard, but it is not so in today's culture, this curriculum is designed to help one see exactly what "sexual purity" is ... and what it's not.
This curriculum has the goal of helping "remove the stains of the flesh and prevent the fading of the bright light of Christ". Combine this study with the "heart-softening agent of God's Word", and one can be astounded by the "mountain-spring freshness of Spirit's" work of transformation (of behaviors).
This curriculum will help make life-changing decisions that will help one to have positive (good!) and healthy (fun!) relationships with members the opposite sex.
This book will help you think through the issue of sexuality and gives "God's plan" to follow.

Spanish Language Materials

This Implementation Kit is identical to the Standard Cuidate Implementation Kit, except that all the materials in this kit are in Spanish. Welcome to Cuidate! the word Cuidate! means 'take care of yourself', which is the theme of this culturally based programs designed to reduce HIV sexual risk among Latino youth. This program is an adaptation of the Be Proud! Be Responsible! program. Today all teens, including Latinos, face many health risks related to sexual behavior, such as pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) including HIV and AIDS.
This booklet is an adaptation of SIECUS' Guidelines for Comprehensive Sexuality Education, specifically designed to use with Hispanic and Latino youth.


Helps students learn meanings of sexual education vocabulary words by playing the old favorite "Bingo". Comes with player cards and rules.
Questions help to begin conversations about sex and sexuality with students.
This six-day interactive financial activity is both enlightening and fun. Step into one of eight fictional life situations with this board-game style group activity. Based on your age, level of education, marital status and number of children, you learn to balance a life in terms of money and time management. Go job hunting, get paid, set up a budget and pay the bills. The goal is to balance the budget and keep it balanced as variables in your life change -- often unexpectedly!

Professional Resources

14 Points is a comprehensive guide to involving youth in decisions, programs, and activities in their communities. It includes worksheets, tips, resources, and guides to recruiting, hiring, training, and mentoring youth.
No matter how experienced you are at writing requests for money, people and organizations are not going to support you just because you're in need. Grant Writing for Dummies, 2nd Edition shows you some of the most effective way to compose a grant proposal and get funding from governments, corporations, foundations, and many more. This hands-on, step-by-step guide leads you through researching options, dealing with application forms, handling potential sponsors, and getting the money you need.
This book provides educators with a wealth of information for improving their grant writing skills dramatically and for increasing their odds at receiving desired grant awards. The chapters are filled with know-how, support, and solutions for educators who ask, "How can we get this done?" Readers will learn how to: * Identify needs * Recognize and find corporate, foundation, and government funders * Deal with paperwork * Write grant winning proposals following funder's directions to a T * Find more money for their organization
A guide for youth serving organizations, On the Right Track is designed to help youth development professionals recognize the need to address sexuality with young people, understand how sexuality education and youth development can complement each other, and determine ways in which youth development programs can begin to incorporate this important topic.
In response to a need for resources and trainings for professionals who provide sexuality education to young people in one-to-one settings. It seeks to promote a positive and interactive approach to contraception and sexuality education, utilizing some tried and true theories and strategies for communicating with young people.
A manual promoting a "new approach to contraceptive education". The lessons are designed to empower people to take control of their reproductive lives by providing learning experiences that encourage conscious decision-making and integrate contraceptive use into the ideology of love, relationships and sexuality. This manual is not meant to be taught consecutively, it is meant to enhance any programs.
This curricula provides advice on starting up a program, cultivating community support, and addressing obstacles as they arise, and presents a sampling of strong, effective lesson plans, along with teaching tips, content consideration, and references to many more resources.
This book offers ways to address sexuality effectively and appropriately in the elementary classroom. It focuses on ideas that are practical, engaging and fun, and presents guidelines and suggestions that should work and be acceptable in a wide range of communities, from the most conservative to the most progressive.
Aimed at professionals teaching about sexuality, family planning, HIV, and other related topics, either as part of a broader curriculum or as an independent program. Does not contain teaching activities!
The WithInSight initiative is a collaboration between Bristol-Myers Squibb and community based organizations that provides focused support and resources relevant to serving the needs of people living with HIV. The five modules include: - Public Health Research - Volunteer Program Management - Income Benefits Support for People Living with HIV/ AIDS - HIV and AIDS related clinical trials - Healthcare Benefits for People living with HIV and AIDS (updated to include healthcare reform information).

General Resources

"Good" isn't good enough for Non-Profits in today's world. This book discusses that non-profits now have to go above and beyond, breaking traditional goals and excelling in their selected fields and in business in general.
Helps teens handle more complex aspects of relationships and better understand why waiting until they are married to have sex is in their best interests.
This, the classic primer on fund raising, has been used as a textbook in college courses throughout the United States. Irving Warner is a columnist at the Chronicle of Philanthropy and is on the board of advisors of New York University Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising. He is an acclaimed guru in the fund raising world.

Media Resources

This poignant documentary focuses on the lives of three different young women to examine teen sexuality, pregnancy and HIV/AIDS. Ari from California, Maggie from Montana and Tishaun from Maryland, tell achingly familiar stories as they describe their experiences of growing up, fitting in, finding friends and lovers, figuring out who they are, and keeping true to themselves. Each generously shares her own choices and the consequences that shaped her life today as a young adult. **(DVD Only)**
In this documentary, VH1 News will examine the history of AIDS as seen through the prism of media and culture. Reviewing how AIDS was reflected in entertainment reveals a greater understanding of how the virus affected the nation's psyche. **(VHS Only)**
This video works with the Be Proud! Be Responsible curricula highlighted above. **(VHS Only)**
This is a film directed and produced by HIV-positive youth. Jennifer Jako and Rebecca Guberman contracted HIV as teenagers. As artists and activists they were inspired to document their experiences as they struggle with the overwhelming disease. They traveled across Europe and the United States twice interviewing to create a documentary that voices their confusion, grief and hope. The film empowers those who live with HIV/AIDS, inspires compassion for people living with the virus, and motivates others to avoid getting infected.
Despite tremendous changes in our society about how we view women and men and their roles, there still exists a double standard when it comes to sexuality. For those young people who go against the traditional expectations, there is often a big price to pay. Busting the Double Standard: The Girls and Busting the Double Standard: The Guys are two documentaries designed to help young people explore this gender gap and how it impacts their sexual health. **(VHS Only)**
MTV Newscasters go around to popular college campus' asking questions about sexual behaviors and getting real answers. Then, these answers are inserted with facts about real risks related to sexual behaviors. **(VHS Only)**
A look at how teenage friends deal with parenthood, peer pressure, rejection, STD's, and taking responsibility. Three boys on the verge of manhood face the realities of being in relationships with the girls in their lives. **(VHS Only)**
This education film provides up-to-date information about emergency birth control pills (also known as emergency contraception, the morning after pill, or Plan B), a method of preventing an unintended pregnancy when taken within three days (72 hours) after unprotected sex. The DVD features stories from young women as well as interviews with physicians and sexual assault service providers. **(DVD Only)**
Shame and fear need have no place in the lives of the millions of men and women who have herpes thanks to the practical information portrayed here from noted medical experts. Complete with first-hand experiences from those who are living with herpes, this video provides ways to counsel the newly diagnosed patient toward a lifetime of hope and fulfillment. **(VHS Only)**
AIDS, NOT US dramatizes the lives of five inner city youth. In this realistic drama, each "posse" member deals with conflict, confronts his risk for AIDS and makes difficult personal choices. This is a behaviorally oriented intervention video that targets urban minority youth and focuses on sexual risk behaviors and the barriers to condom use. The video is designed to be a motivational experience for male adolescent viewers. **(VHS Only)**
Teens themselves describe-movingly and compassionately the challenges of being a teen parent. The video intersperses their compelling stories with sobering statistics on the consequences of teen pregnancy. The Imagine video, which is suitable for adults and teens alike, is perfect for providing an overview of the teen pregnancy problem to an audience who may be unfamiliar with the topic (for instance, state legislators or a school board). **(VHS Only)**
In 1996, a syphilis outbreak struck teenagers in the prosperous community of Conyers, Georgia. When epidemiologists interviewed the victims, they were shocked by what they heard: 14-year-old children told of scores of sexual partners, all-night orgies and sex parties. FRONTLINE uncovers the roots of the Conyers' syphilis epidemic and reveals a community struggling with teenage drug use, sex and cynicism. **(VHS Only)**
This video works with the Making a DifferenceCurricula highlighted above. **(VHS Only)**
This video works with the Making Proud Choices highlighted above. **(VHS Only)**
This video clip helps participants understand the importance of protecting themselves against STD infection each time they engage in sexual intercourse. **(VHS Only)**
Three teens and two adults discuss some of the personal behaviors that led to becoming infected with HIV, describe the impact of HIV infection on their lives, and identify ways that people can protect themselves from HIV infection. **(VHS Only)**
This is a dramatic coming of age story about Shelby Knox, a religious Christian teenager from Lubbock, Texas, where teen pregnancy and STD infection rates are astronomical and abstinence education reigns. When Shelby's interest in politics leads her to get involved in a campaign for comprehensive sex education in her town's public schools, and then to a fight for a gay-straight alliance, Shelby must make a choice: Stand by and let others be hurt, or go against her parents, her pastor, and her peers to do what she knows is right. **(DVD Only)**
The characters in the video have to make decisions about whether to have intercourse and whether to use condoms to protect themselves. This video emphasizes that the decisions we make impact our lives. The video addresses what AIDS is, the ways people get HIV, and the ways to prevent infection. (VHS Only)
This video shows people who are infected with HIV. The video discusses HIV/AIDS, what it is, how you can get it, and how to prevent infection. **(VHS Only)**
Hormones are raging, moods are jumping, curiosity is peaking, and pressure is building! Let's talk about it! This original, teen-driven film is guaranteed to promote the facts in a fun and innovative way. This DVD, with accompanying discussion guide, offers an excellent springboard for discussions about puberty, sexuality, and relationships. Facilitators are able to choose scenes that are most appropriate for their groups or play the movie in its entirety. **(DVD Only)**
This program supports Health & Guidance, Sex Education, Family Life and Life Skills units on human growth and development, human sexuality reproduction, behavioral choices, and STDs. With 20/20 clarity, it focuses on the realities of having sex too young, including unwanted pregnancies and STDs. Students' understanding of the relationship between unsafe behaviors and personal health is reinforced through real-world examples of several sexually active teenagers. Two teens discuss the struggles of becoming parents at such a young age, while another young couple faces the possibility that they could be pregnant. A group of teens tour a microbiology lab, where hundreds of STD cases are diagnosed each year, and participate in a "mock AIDS test." Lisa, a 33-year-old woman with full-blown AIDS, shares her story. **(VHS Only)**
Provides information in a compelling and entertaining format. More than a list of facts & figures, the program helps motivate teens to recognize high-risk behaviors and attitudes and find ways to change them.**(VHS Only)**
In Too Young, teen parents from a variety of backgrounds share their stories and - in their own words - offer their candid views about the difficulties they face. Their compelling stories make clear that teen pregnancy is closely linked to a host of other problems for teens and their babies - including welfare dependency, health problems, absent fathers, educational failure, and more. **(DVD Only)**
Communicating with your kids about sex is one of your most important and challenging responsibilities. Studies show that kids want good information about sex, but only 25% of parents talk with their kids about personal issues, sex and their feelings. This video will help you feel comfortable talking to your kids about sex by providing advice on when and how to communicate with your children. You'll learn that by talking to your child early, you can prevent teen pregnancies. **(VHS Only)**
This comprehensive implementation kit includes a structured DVD, a DVD that allows the user to select their own choices, a User's Guide, and information about evaluation.
What Kids Want to Know About Sex and Growing Up is an extensively researched program for 10 to 14-year-olds that makes it easier to talk to students about puberty and sex. In straightforward discussions, sex educators Bob Selverstone and Rhonda Wise offer reassuring answers to kids' questions and correct potentially dangerous misinformation. Topics include: the physical and emotional aspects of puberty, sexual intercourse, AIDS, conception, peer pressure, parenting and more. **(VHS Only)**
After a visit to her local clinic, Iymani attempts to negotiate condom use for the first time with her monogamous partner, Justin. Using strategies designed to overcome Justin’s objections (they don’t feel right, they don’t even work, I’m clean, why now?), Iymani uses persistence, communication, and emphasis on mutual pleasure and safety to ensure she and Justin practice responsible sex.

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