School-based health programs for at-risk youth

The March 27 edition of Health Care Innovations Exchange from the Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality (AHRQ) focuses on schoolbased programs to assist at-risk youth in a variety of ways.

  • The featured Innovations describe three school-based programs that enhanced access, particularly among at-risk minority youth, to health information, preventive care, and clinical services.
  • The featured QualityTools include resources to support HIV and STD prevention programs in schools and tools to facilitate preventive, mental health, nutrition, and oral health services.
  • Read more innovation profiles and tools related to school-based health programs for at-risk youth (http://go.usa.gov/2pjF) on the Innovations Exchange Web site, which contains more than 750 searchable innovations and 1,500 QualityTools.

 

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