Third Annual Teen Summit

SOURCE: Hello all, I wanted to let you know about this great opportunity for teens that will be going on this April. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Denise Dixon at 301-421-5459, denise.dixon@montgomerycountymd.gov. We hope you will be able to pass the word around about the event or even come! Thanks again! In recognition of National Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD) Awareness Month and National Youth HIV and AIDS Awareness Day, AAHP is hosting its Third Annual Teen Summit: Getting Real and Going In! Thursday, April 3 at Bohrer Park Activity Center & Thursday, April 10 at Mid-County Recreation Center 3:30-5:30 p.m. ……………………………………………………………………….. A forum for Montgomery County teens between the ages of 13 to 17 to discuss openly sexual health and responsibility. The forum offers teens the opportunity to openly discuss at-risk behaviors, including sex, substance abuse, HIV/AIDS and STDs and their consequences. So we’re definitely getting real and going in! The event will offer: * DJ/Music *Celebrity Guest *FREE Giveaways (including an autographed Washington Redskins Football!) and *FREE FOOD!! Thanks to our partner, the Montgomery County Recreation, FREE transportation for the April 10th Summit is available for students who attend Blair H.S., Paintbranch H.S., Springbrook H.S., Wheaton H.S, and Northwood H.S.. Interested students at Blair, Paint Branch, Springbrook, and Wheaton should sign up at the After School Sports Academy office in the cafeteria. Students at Northwood H.S. should sign up in the main office. The teen summits are made possible thanks to the partnership efforts of AAHP, AAHP’s Executive Committee and the HIV/AIDS/STI Collaborative Members, Advocates for Youth, the Montgomery County Chapter of the NAACP, the Montgomery County Recreation, GOALS, Inc., the Montgomery County STD Clinic, Street Wize Foundation, Community Advocate-Taleah Parker, Teen and Young Adult Health Connection (TAYA), Divas MPH, Radio One, Inc.’s WKYS, RaC3, Inc., and the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation. Heather Ross Program Manager, African American Health Program Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services 8630 Fenton Street,10th Floor Silver Spring, MD (240) 777-1451 14015 New Hampshire Ave Silver Spring, MD (301) 421-5447 heather.ross@montgomerycountymd.gov [caption id="attachment_1549" align="alignnone" width="790"]Third Annual Teen Summit Flyers 04/03/14 Third Annual Teen Summit Flyers 04/03/14[/caption]

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