Educating Teens about HIV/AIDS, Inc.
Educating Teens about HIV/AIDS (ETAH) is a 501 (c) (3) organization designed to educate pre-teens, teenagers, and young adults about the deadly impact of the HIV virus and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) through collaboration with local communities. It also serves to collaborate with the business community and to encourage schools, houses of worship, and community groups to plan programs to educate teens about HIV/AIDS during the month of March and throughout the year.
Educating Teens about HIV/AIDS, Inc. is grounded in the philosophy that when we educate our teens we are securing a healthy future. Today’s teens are tomorrow’s workforce, leaders, and decision makers. The investment in teenagers today is an investment in our quality of life for the future. Acknowledging that risky behaviors do not happen in isolation, ETAH uses a comprehensive approach that addresses self-esteem, peer pressure, alcohol and drug use, abusive relationships, and other issues that affect youth. ETAH takes into consideration the social and cultural experiences of youth. ETAH provides prevention education, while empowering youth to make informed decisions about their health and well-being so that they can protect themselves and maintain a healthy life style.
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ETAH Youth Board Members Welcome CMU Volunteers~September 26, 2015
October 24, 2014
E-mail Kezia.Ellison@educatingteens.org to enroll your daughter the 2014 program!
Girls 9-12 and 13-17 are eligible to participate.
Photo from the Screening of 'Absolutely SAFE' on March 9th as a part ETAH's Women & Girls Health Weekend. Pictured above from left to right: Joy Maxberry Woodruff; Carol Ciancutti-Leyva, Filmmaker; Audrey Ciancutti, Carol's mother and the film's inspiration; Albertha Graham-Ellison, ETAH Project Director; Kezia Ellison, ETAH Founder; and Judy Norsigian, Executive Director of Our Bodies, Ourselves. (Photo by Tene Croom)Click here for the New Pittsburgh Courier Article about the March 9th event
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