Project

Project Y-Chat Now

Project Y-Chat Now

Website: http://www.PROJECTY-CHATNOW.org
Principal Investigator: Bailey-Burch, Brendolyn
September 30, 2015 - September 29, 2020
Funder: SAMHSA - CSAP
Official Title: HIV Capacity Building Initiative
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Project Y-Chat Now (Youth Changing Health Awareness Trends Now!) is a 36 hour integrated substance use, HIV/AIDS, and hepatitis prevention program for minority youth and young adults ages 13-24 residing in St. Louis City and County. This program combines education and awareness workshops with marketing campaigns to promote positive prevention messages in minority communities. Additionally, the program provides participants with free opportunities for behavioral counseling, substance use screenings, and HIV, STD, and hepatitis testing.

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