Project Y.E.A.H.


In Dallas County alone, between 2012 and 2016 there has been a steady increase in new HIV diagnosis among young adults ages 18-24. With more than 1,100 youth living with HIV and over 324 new cases per year, Dallas County remains in the top five state-wide counties for HIV acquisition and prevalence. That’s why PROJECT Y.E.A.H was developed to increase knowledge and awareness of HIV risk, to educate young adults on modes of acquisition and biology, to offer available prevention options, and to increase access to local and regional HIV prevention and support services.

Please contact us if you are interested in hosting this program at your organization or school.