- ABC Guidance #1. For United States Government In-Country Staff
and Implementing Partners Applying the ABC Approach To Preventing Sexually Transmitted HIV Infections Within The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). Discussion of how best to implement the "ABC" approach in diverse settings and populations. The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator.
- Bright Futures: Adolescence. From: Jellinek M, Patel BP, Froehle MC, eds. Bright Futures in Practice: Mental Health-Volume I. Practice Guide. Arlington, VA: National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health. 2002.
- Best-Evidence Interventions. U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Divisions of HIV/AIDS Prevention. Guide to successful HIV/AIDS interventions, listed by target population and methods employed.
- Cultural and Trauma Resources. Fact sheets for working with different populations from the National Child Traumatic Stress Network.
- Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV). American Psychiatric Association.
- HIV Transmission and Prevention in Adolescents. Kirby, D. HIV InSite Knowledge Base. 2002.
- Integrating HIV Prevention into the Care of People with HIV. Web listings from HIV InSite, a project of the University of California, San Francisco.
- Prevention with Positives Resources. Web listings from the UCSF AIDS Research Institute.
- Prevention in Positives: A Case Based Workshop for Providers. Shah S, McGowan J, Young S. New York/New Jersey AIDS Education and Training Center. February 2005.
- Prevention With HIV Positive People: What Is It? How to Do It! Institute Manual. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Association of People with AIDS. United States Conference on AIDS. September 2002.
- AmbienteJoven. Spanish-language Web site for Latino young men who have sex with men (YMSM) and for Latino gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and questioning (GLBTQ) youth in the United States and Latin America. Ambiente Joven's peer educators provide culturally relevant information and support on sexual health issues.
- AVERT: Young People's Section. Offers information about young people and HIV/AIDS, as well as birth control and contraception, condoms, sex, sexuality, and puberty. A London-based HIV/AIDS information website.
- It's Your (Sex) Life. Guide to safe and responsible sex for teens from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Includes information on HIV/AIDS, pregnancy and contraception, and communicating about sex.
- IWannaKnow. Answers to questions on teen sexual health and sexually transmitted diseases from the American Social Health Association (ASHA).
- Learn More About Condoms. Brief guide from Advocates for Youth.
- My Sistahs. Sexuality and relationship information for young African American, Asian American, Latina, and Native American women, including information on STDs and HIV/AIDS.
- Sex and Sexuality. HIV InSite, University of California, San Francisco. Practical advice for people with HIV.
- Teen Talk. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Office of Population Affairs. Advice sheet for youth with an abstinence message
- YouthResource. Is created by and for GLBTQ youth and offers support, community, resources, and peer-to-peer education about sexual health and other issues of concern to GLBTQ youth. Project of Advocates for Youth.
- Advocates for Youth: Parents' Sex Ed Center. Fact sheets, videos, expert advice and more for parents wishing to better understand and communicate with their teens.
- Bright Futures: Adolescence. From: Jellinek M, Patel BP, Froehle MC, eds. Bright Futures in Practice: Mental Health-Volume I. Practice Guide. Arlington, VA: National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health. 2002. This practice guide addresses the parent-teen relationship.
- Planned Parenthood: For Parents. Planned Parenthood. Resources for parents about talking to teens about sex.
- For Parents: Resources. Adolescent Health Working Group. Resource collection cover topics such as talking to teens about sex, pregnancy, health care, drug use, and sexual orientation.
- Parenting Corner. American Academy of Pediatrics website featuring information and materials for parents.
- Talking With Kids About Tough Issues. Website from Children Now and Kaiser Family Foundation. Covers sex, drugs, violence, media, and other issues.