Community Prevention

ABCD offers reproductive and sexual health as well as wellness education programs to reach youth and adults in their community who may not use—or trust—conventional sources of care and information. We are community-based, meaning we collaborate with other programs, businesses, and non-traditional partners on educational and wellness events and initiatives. We run a broad range of programs including Protect Your Black Girl Magic, and over the years, we've held Young Moms Power Meet-ups, programs for women reentering society after leaving prison, family planning programs for men, led coalition work to examine issues of teen pregnancy, participated in Black Woman Heal Day, and more. ABCD's women-focused programming welcomes anyone who identifies as a woman.

Improving health, promoting self-sufficiency, building community

ABCD Services link: Know Your Status

Know Your Status

Getting tested for HIV and other sexually transmitted infections is vitally important for you and your health — and for those you love. Reach out to us today!
ABCD Services link: Let Girls Learn

Let Girls Learn

Learn what it means to have a healthy relationship, stay healthy when you're sexually active, understand sexual identities, and more through this short, informative program created just for you.
ABCD Services link: Lower the Sound

Lower the Sound

Lower the Sound — Save Your Hearing is a public health awareness campaign developed to draw attention to the growing number of children and young adults suffering from hearing loss because of exposure to loud noise.
ABCD Services link: Safer is Sexy

Safer is Sexy

Safer is Sexy--Sophisticated Empowered Xtraordinary You--is a social media and community outreach program to bring Black and Latina women and girls together with experts and allies to address substance abuse, HIV prevention, and more.
ABCD Services link: Sister2Sister


If you're between 15 and 25 years old and identify as a woman, this is a confidential judgment-free zone where we can help you understand and take control of your sexual health and well-being.
ABCD Services link: Young Women's Health Leadership Academy

Young Women’s Health Leadership Academy

You're a young woman who's curious about a career in public health, specifically reproductive and sexual health community prevention education. What are the career paths? What impact can you have? Start here.