This 2-year project was
the Families and Communities Together (FACT) Coalition. The project was
conducted in partnership with the Ruth
in Highland Park, MI.
The Center serves homeless, throwaway,
runaway, and street youth who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, and
Most of the youth served at the Center are Black. The goal of this
to adapt an evidence-based HIV prevention curriculum originally
Future Is Ours” (FIO) to meet the needs of the adolescent and
bisexually-experienced women who attend the Ruth Ellis Center and to
feasibility of conducting a pilot randomized control trial of the new
curriculum, “Safe in the Sheets”, with a population
of young women who are bisexually active.