July 13, 2006
D.C. Schools Will Train Parents to Teach HIV
July 13, 2006—This fall, Washington DC will train parents to go into city schools and provide HIV education as part of a program called Parents and Teachers Coordinating Health Education Strategies (PATCHES). The district, which has one of the nation’s highest HIV rates at 2%, recently launched a campaign to test all residents between 14 and 85.
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