BECOMING A RESPONSIBLE TEEN (BART)
BART was originally designed as an HIV/AIDS risk-reduction program for African-American teens. As a whole, the HIV/AIDS information and skills learned through BART are appropriate for all adolescents. The program takes place in non-school settings. Through group discussions, role playing, demonstrations, culturally appropriate videos, and first-hand interactions with persons living with HIV from the participants’ community, participants learn essential information about HIV/AIDS, ways to handle social and sexual pressures, and how to communicate with potential sexual partners, including refusal, negotiation, and condom use skills.
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* The clinic at the Community Health and Wellness Center earned Federally Qualified Health Center Look-Alike (FQHC LAL) designation on 8/1/2019.