Respecting the Circle of Life - 3 Yr Digital Subscription
The digital subscription for Respecting the Circle of Life: Mind, Body & Spirit grants access to the digital edition of this STD/HIV and pregnancy prevention program for Native American youth between the ages 11 and 19 and their parents or other trusted adults. The primary goal of the program is to give youth the knowledge and skills they need to protect themselves from unplanned pregnancy and STDs. The program also covers decision making, values, goal setting, communication, and knowledge about risk behaviors associated with HIV, other STDs, teen pregnancy, violence, and alcohol and drug use.
Respecting the Circle of Life is adapted from Focus on Youth with ImPACT, a program originally developed in Baltimore to reduce the risk of HIV among urban African-American youth. The Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health worked with Native American community members to adapt the program for use with Native youth and families to include a focus on unintended pregnancy in addition to STD/HIV.
Purchase of Respecting the Circle of Life includes an online, self-paced Training of Educators (TOE) that equips sexual health facilitators with the knowledge and skills to implement the program with youth. Once you purchase the program, you will have access to the training on the Respecting the Circle of Life website.
The Respecting the Circle of Life digital subscription includes online access to:
- Youth Curriculum
- Youth and Parent Session Curriculum
- Implementation Guide
- License to print or download fillable PDF versions of Youth Workbook pages for 12 participants
- License to print or download fillable PDF versions of Parent/Trusted Adult Resource Guide pages for 12 participants
- PDF versions of Activity Kit posters and job aids
- Self-paced, online Training of Educators
Once we receive confirmation of your order (CC/PO), you will receive your subscription access within 2 business days.
For more information on Respecting the Circle of Life, including a sample lesson, table of contents, research, adaptation guidelines, training and TA and much more, please visit the Respecting the Circle of Life section of our Program Success Center for Sexual and Reproductive Health.