The Teens Linked to Care (TLC) program, which began in 2016, is a three-year project focused on integrating prevention strategies to address both substance use and sexual risk among youth in high-risk rural communities. In a new video, the CDC Foundation highlights the successes of the TLC program through its implementation in three pilot sites in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio.
The United States is in the midst of an alarming opioid overdose epidemic, and U.S. employers are challenged by the epidemic’s toll on their workers. Business Pulse: Opioid Overdose Epidemic, launched by the CDC Foundation, explores how CDC is working to protect individuals and families—many of whom are in the workplace—from this widespread crisis.
To provide substance use and HIV prevention education, access to health services, safe and supportive environments and monitoring and evaluation for high-risk communities in Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana.
Conrad Hilton Foundation
CDC's National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention
The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation has provided a $1.5 million grant to the CDC Foundation that enables CDC to develop a comprehensive substance use prevention and sexual risk behavior reduction program in high-risk communities in three states.