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What OAH Funds

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Featured Resources and Training

See new resources and training materials for improving adolescent health outcomes.

Adolescent Development Highlights

Each teen is unique but they all face similar milestones. Understand the common aspects of adolescence.

TAG Highlights

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TPP and PAF Highlights

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STRIVE

Program Summary

Support to Reunite, Involve and Value Each Other (STRIVE) is a five-session family-based intervention intended to reduce sexual risk behaviors, substance use, and delinquency among youth who have recently run away from home. The intervention requires participation from both the adolescent and at least one parent. It is delivered to individual families in a community-based setting or in the family's home by a trained specialist.

Sisters Saving Sisters

Program Summary

Sisters Saving Sisters aims to address the higher risk of HIV/STDs in Latina and African American female adolescent populations. The program is designed to reduce frequency of unprotected sexual intercourse (with and without drug and alcohol use), number of sexual partners, and incidence of sexually transmitted infections. Sisters Saving Sisters is a skills-based risk-reduction intervention administered in small groups of female adolescents, and led by trained facilitators in a community- based clinic setting.

SiHLE

Program Summary

SiHLE - Sisters, Informing, Healing, Living, Empowering - is a peer-led, group-level, social-skills training intervention designed to reduce sexual risk behaviors among African-American female teenagers who are at high risk of HIV. In addition to HIV prevention, the program addresses relationships, dating, and sexual health within the specific context of the female African-American teenage experience. The program draws upon both cultural and gender pride to give participants the skills and motivations to avoid HIV and other STDs.