• Explains that opioids are strong prescription drugs meant to be taken under a doctor's care; Indicates that opioids are especially addictive; Discusses opioid abuse and overdose; Cautions that mixing opioids and alcohol is dangerous; Describes how these medicines work in the body; Answers questions about opioid abuse treatment; Discusses the risks of...

  • Explains that methadone, buprenorphine and naltrexone are prescription drugs meant to be taken under a doctor's care; Indicates that naloxone and naltrexone can be used in emergencies to treat opioid overdose; Describes how these medicines work to treat addiction to heroin and other opioids; Answers questions about opioid treatment and pregnancy;...

  • This straightforward pamphlet, with text in both English and Spanish, reminds women that anyone can get HIV. Readers learn how to protect themselves from the virus through condom use, avoiding drugs, and limiting their sexual partners. Pamphlet also offers advice for dealing with sexual pressure, and encourages women to get tested and know their HIV...

  • By Cornelia Spelman. Third edition. This booklet highlights the signs and behaviors in children that may indicate abuse. Outlines an approach for discussing abuse with a child. Provides instructions for screening baby sitters and child-care centers and for reporting suspected abuse. Offers guidance to adults who were sexually abused as children, and more....

  • Helps parents and the community protect children from sexual abuse. Discusses the causes and serious effects of abuse, and what to do if an incident occurs. Urges parents to teach children how to protect themselves. 16 pages, 5 1/2" x 8"

  • Helps parents and the community protect children from sexual abuse. Discusses the causes and serious effects of abuse, and what to do if an incident occurs. Urges parents to teach children how to protect themselves. 16 pages, 5 1/2" x 8" Please Note: This brochure is in Spanish.

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  • This upbeat resource for teens underscores the health and emotional benefits of delaying sexual activity. Includes information on seeing through myths surrounding young people and sex, recognizing the signs of a healthy relationship, and sticking to one's decisions. Offers alternative ways to develop close relationships outside of sex, and suggests ways...

  • This pamphlet helps parents recognize warning signs of alcohol and other drug use, and offers tips on prevention and treatment. Discusses risk factors, open communication, setting and enforcing rules, staying involved in their child's life, and setting a good example. 8 panels, 3 1/2" x 8"

  • This pamphlet describes the causes, signs, and symptoms of the three main types of vaginitis, and explains how they are treated. Answers common questions and explains how to prevent infection by practicing proper hygiene and limiting sexual contact. 8 panels, 3 1/2" x 8"

  • This concise booklet explains post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) and its role in reducing the risk of HIV infection following possible exposure. Booklet clearly outlines when and how to seek PEP, and offers advice on ensuring successful treatment. Emphasizes that PEP is meant for single, high-risk exposures; urges being honest with one's health-care...

  • Provides an overview of what it means to be on PrEP to reduce the risk of HIV; Discusses how to decide if PrEP is the right choice; Notes that PrEP is available by prescription only; Answers some common questions and concerns; Includes information on how to pay for it; Explores the difference between PrEP and PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis).

  • Offers practical and creative student-suggested ways to protect against HIV, including: Become an expert on HIV; Be monogamous; Learn to say no and mean it; Be safe, not sorry; Keep condoms handy.

  • Gives valuable HIV and AIDS prevention facts all in one glance; Explains what HIV and AIDS are; Discusses risk assessment; Describes types of HIV tests and results; Offers steps to take after a positive or negative test; Includes ways to practice safer sex; Features a handy fold-out chart explaining how people get HIV and how to protect yourself.

  • Describes what transgender means; Explains various ways to be gendered; Suggests ways to be an ally and support transgender friends; Discusses what it means for transgender people to come out; Promotes understanding and acceptance.

  • National Health Information Award winner; Offers a compelling primer on condom use; Suggests that condoms can be fun and sexy; Explains how using condoms can build trust; Points out that condoms help prevent pregnancy and STDs; Describes why skillful condom users make better lovers; Shows how to use a condom correctly.

  • Gives overview of 8 common STDs: chlamydia, syphilis, herpes, gonorrhea, HPV/genital warts, hepatitis B, HIV/AIDS and trichomoniasis; Features a handy, comprehensive fold-out chart; Tells how each STD is passed; Explains what to watch for; Discusses what happens if you don't get treated; Stresses how to protect yourself; Covers condom use, STD testing,...

  • Provides an essential overview of the 3 most common types of viral hepatitis: hepatitis A, hepatitis B and hepatitis C; Explains how people get each type; Covers hepatitis symptoms, hepatitis tests and hepatitis treatment; Tells how to protect yourself; Discusses hepatitis vaccines; Includes a comprehensive foldout chart that compares main points.

  • Offers a convenient, comprehensive guide to this common STD; Stresses that Hep C is serious and can turn into a chronic disease; Explains how it's passed from person to person; Lists who can get it; Describes symptoms; Discusses treatments; Suggests how to prevent it.

  • Provides an overview of what it means to be on PrEP to reduce the risk of HIV; Discusses how to decide if PrEP is the right choice; Notes that PrEP is available by prescription only; Answers some common questions and concerns; Includes information on how to pay for it; Explores the difference between PrEP and PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis). Please Note:...

  • National Health Information Award winner; Convenient, cost-effective "2 pamphlets in 1" format delivers comprehensive information for 2 audiences; Features illustrated instructions for using a male or female condom; Explains how condoms help prevent pregnancy and most STDs; Describes ways to make condoms sexy; Explains the benefits of each kind.