The “I Live Informed, I am Involved, I Care,” web-space promotes a healthy lifestyle among young adults by providing our visitors with information and resources regarding HIV and Substance use/abuse prevention. We are hopeful that the information and resources you find on this page are useful not only to you but to your family, friends, and community. Our wish for you is that by being informed, involved, and caring you will be able to lead a healthy and vibrant life.
HIV can affect anyone.
Do your part by educating yourself and talking about HIV with your friends, families and loved ones. Help us prevent HIV by always protecting yourself, getting tested, and getting treatment, if needed.
Young people face a variety of life challenges that can affect their mental health and/or use or abuse of alcohol and other drugs. The number of young adults aged 18 to 25 who used alcohol or illicit drugs on an average day in 2011 and 2012 included:
Visit The CBHSQ Report: A Day in the Life of Young Adults: Substance Use Facts.
It is important that you know if your use of alcohol and/or illicit substances is a problem and seek help because you are not alone.
The creation of this site has been sponsored by the Substance Abuse Mental Health Service Administration
For more information including where to find a rehabilitation site, talk to someone, order free condoms, find a free HIV testing site, and other useful resources for you or a loved one, please visit: