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Youth Prevention

4534 S. Western Ave.
Chicago, IL 60609
(773) 254-5141.

Brothers and Sisters United Against HIV/AIDS (BASUAH)
The BASUAH program focuses on HIV prevention amongst Latino/African American youth through education, testing, and referral.

Partners for Success
The Partners for Success program is a collaboration of community stakeholders.  Working closely with the Peace and Education Coalition agency, our goal is to prevent community violence through intervention. The Coalition serves at-risk and high-risk youth by promoting peace and education in the Back of the Yards, New City community.

Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP)
The TPP program uses an evidence-based curriculum to help youth build strong communication skills and understand their physical, emotional, and mental development. Participating youth also learn about healthy relationships, as well as cultural and media influences. The goal of this program is not only to prevent pregnancies, but to reduce risky behaviors in general and teach youth how to take care of themselves.

HIV/Substance Abuse Prevention
This HIV/Substance Abuse Prevention initiative offers education, outreach, and referral services to community groups.  Funding is provided by the City of Chicago Department of Public Health.

REALITY Illinois
The statewide REALITY Illinois program encourages teens to take a stand against tobacco use by educating their peers and communities about the adverse health effects and deceptive marketing practices of tobacco companies.   This program helps teens develop outreach campaigns in an effort to encourage their communities to be tobacco-free.