• 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).

  • This pamphlet highlights the importance of HIV testing in ensuring a healthy pregnancy. Informs readers that should they test positive, there are medications that can help improve the likelihood that their baby will arrive HIV-free. Urges avoiding high-risk behavior. 8 panels, 3 1/2" x 8"

  • 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.

  • Offers fascinating, strange-but-true facts to trigger discussion about: Current condom use; Historical perspectives; STD risk; Types of condoms; Importance of using condoms.

  • 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.

  • A timely booklet that helps you address the reemergence of this deadly drug's popularity. It promotes prevention and treatment with an account of heroin's devastating impact on users and the people around them. It speaks clearly about users' increased risk of AIDS, and heroin's effects on fetal development. Same content as Classic Booklet, "About Heroin."...

  • Explains what heroin is and why it's dangerous; Discusses addiction and the ''heroin rush''; Describes effects on the body; Covers treatment; Includes risks of needle use.

  • 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:...

  • Positive advice about recovery -- with strong emphasis on the fact that addictions can be beaten. Examines types of addiction, how they may develop, treatments, and how to seek help for oneself and others. 16 pages, 5 1/2" x 8"

  • Shows why responsible choices make sense; Encourages staying informed about birth control and STD; Suggests getting friendly with condoms; Stresses the need for clear communication about "yes" and "no"; Supports living by your values and taking steps to protect yourself.