The HIV Prevention Education Program makes grants to public schools for implementing effective education to prevent HIV infection, sexually transmitted diseases, and pregnancy; provides professional development and technical assistance for school personnel to assist with implementing programs to reduce HIV risk behaviors among school-age youth; assesses student health behavior; and assesses health education, policies, and services in the public schools. The program is funded by a grant from the CDC.
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Youth Risk Behavior Survey Results
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education have given the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention the authority to distribute Missouri’s YRBS results. To request data, please send an e-mail to [email protected]. In the body of your request, please state that you are requesting Missouri’s data and state the specific year or years of data you would like to receive. Also include your contact information.
- CDC Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS) data
- Infection Control Procedures for Schools, Including Universal Precautions
- Missouri School Health Profiles: 2014 Key Findings
- Missouri School Health Profiles: 2012 Key Findings
- Health Risk Behaviors among Missouri Middle and High School Students (2013 YRBS)