THIS IS THE STUFF THEY DON’T TEACH YOU IN SCHOOL! WE TALK ABOUT SEX, NO FLUFF, THE REAL TALK WAY. A-TECH IS OUR WAY OF MAKING PREVENTION A HOT TOPIC. WE’RE REAL, WE DON’T JUDGE, AND WE DO TALK ABOUT ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING—SEX, DRUGS, RELATIONSHIPS, W/E.
Teens in this group learn about:
During the group we have all kinds of games and activities to encourage healthy relationships, reducing risks for HIV/STIs/unplanned pregnancy, getting tested, cutting down on drugs and alcohol (or not use at all), w/e. NO lectures! This ain't health class.
All groups are NO JUDGMENT ZONES--we don't tell you what to do or if what you're doing is good or bad--you decide, and we work together from there IF you want to do things different. If you’re part of the group, you decide what to work on. Sometimes the Youth Advocates (teens just like you) help run the groups and help you decide how you want to lower your risks, at your own pace and in your own way.
A-Tech meets for 8 sessions, once a week for about an hour each time. During the group, there are all kinds of games and prizes like:
So while you’re learning, you’re also having fun and getting prizes. To find out where we’re running A-Tech currently and join us, check out our Map or Calendar.
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If you want, you can join any of these groups:
Monday @ Arbor Hill/West Branch Library on Henry Johnson Blvd. 4pm-5pm
Wednesday @ Yates Village Boys & Girls Club 5pm - 6pm
Wednesday @ Steinmetz Boys & Girls Club in Troy 6pm-7pm
Do You Want to Be a Part of
Ending the HIV Epidemic in New York State??
-You can-- If you are 13-23 years old and live one of the 17 counties around the Capital District
-Albany Medical Center(AMC) is doing a short research project to find out what young people know about HIV screening and prevention…
- If you have about 5-10 minutes, you can be part of this project by doing a short anonymous survey.
-You can do the survey online at https://amc.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4HrUfpDI2WwMORT
or fill out a paper survey and send it back in the attached stamped, addressed envelope. Staff can show you a computer here that you can use to do the survey.
-You don’t give your name or any other personal information! Your answers are private and no one can find out your answers.
-There is no payment for you to do this.
-Results will be shared with the different agencies we are working with.
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