Health Improvement Project for Teens (HIP Teens)
Health Improvement Project for Teens (HIP Teens) is a four-session (eight hours) sexual risk reduction intervention designed to reduce sexual risk behavior among low-income, urban, sexually active adolescent girls. During the small group sessions, participants receive information on HIV, learn communication and decision-making skills, and receive instruction on contraceptive methods develop sexual risk-reduction skills. Additional 90-minute booster sessions are delivered three and six months after the program.
Read the full Implementation Report, which includes:
- Program Overview
- Program Components
- Implementation Requirements and Guidance
- Implementation Readiness Assessment
Interview with Program Developer
See the materials below to hear from the program developer.