The pressures facing young people today continue to mount, placing increasing numbers at risk and making them vulnerable to serious problems like substance use and abuse, risky sexual activity, self-injury, depression, eating disorders, and bullying
JCS provides high quality, interactive educational programs that increase knowledge and awareness about substance use, abuse, addiction, the spread of HIV/AIDS, and other risky behaviors that can impact well-being.
Our programs provide information and experiences to help children, teens, and adults make healthy decisions for themselves and those important to them.
Through the Steven Kaufman AIDS Outreach Project, our HIV 101 programs meet Maryland State Department of Education mandates for HIV/AIDS Prevention Education and Comprehensive Health Education.
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For more information about any JCS program or service, please call 410-466-9200.