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Free Materials

Engaging, authoritative health promotion information is just a click away with these downloadable materials. It’s easy and free!


Evidence-Based Interventions Sample Lessons
Download free sample lessons from our acclaimed evidence-based sexual health interventions.

Preventing HIV, Other STD and Pregnancy Among Young People in Alternative Education Settings
(Grades 9-12)


BART: Becoming a Responsible Teen
An HIV Risk-Reduction Program for Adolescents
(Grades 9-12)


Draw the Line/
Respect the Line

Setting Limits to Prevent HIV, STD and Pregnancy
(Grades 6-8)


Reducing the Risk
Building Skills to Prevent Pregnancy, STD & HIV
(Grades 9-12)


Safer Choices
Preventing HIV, Other STDs and Pregnancy
(Grades 9-12)
(Level 1)
(Level 2)


HealthSmart Foundation Books
Download these free guides to the science behind HealthSmart, the comprehensive K-12 health program.

Foundation Book


Grades 5-6
Foundation Book


Middle School
Foundation Book


High School
Foundation Book


Other Free Materials

School Administrators Survey Results
Find out what school administrators think about health education.


Is My Drinking a Problem?
Fact Sheet

Promote responsible drinking with this free 4-color, 2-sided fact sheet.


Better Health: Maximizing Engagement Through Social Media Slide Deck
Become more effective at using social media to spread your health message.


Reducing Adolescent Sexual Risk
This is a research-based, step-by-step guide to understanding 7 "sexual psychosocial" factors that affect sexual behavior.


PATHS (Providing Access to HIV Testing Through Schools) A Resource Guide for Schools
This comprehensive 64-page guide is designed to support and encourage school staff who want to promote HIV testing and counseling among youth by expanding or launching these services through a school-based health clinic, or by referrals to a local health agency or community-based organization. Prepared by ETR, the book was developed under a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.