Young people are at the forefront of creating change around HIV in our society.
It’s important to remember that queer women are often excluded from sexual health conversations.
Digital storytelling can amplify the voices of LGBTQ youth of color.
Say hello to Between 2 Screens, a resource guide and video contest about privacy and online safety for teens 13-17.
Young activists from ReDefy inspired us and many YTH Live attendees by showing leadership on teen pregnancy and many other issues that matter to young people.
Relive the fun of YTH Live, and see how how young people took the lead at our conference through this Storify recap.
April 10 is National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, or #NYHAAD. Here are some important facts to know about HIV/AIDS and youth!
Did you know that March is Bisexual Health Awareness Month (#BHAM)?
Natasha is a young leader who has used tech for social justice, despite the roadblocks that young WOC face.
At YTH, we work in partnership with young people to advance health and support them as leaders in their communities. What better way to empower young leaders than to make them the face of YTH Live, the youth + tech + health conference? We’re thrilled to have […]
Get ready to learn, connect, and be inspired by partners, advocates, and experts in the field of youth, health, and technology.
Keep these youth-empowering organizations on your radar.
Let’s take a look at four tech tools and communities you can use to create a more positive self-image.
Here’s a look at four of our favorite apps that have been developed to help to stop dating and domestic violence.
For National Condom Month, we’ve highlighted three outside-the-box videos.
On February 7, National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, use the hashtags #BlackHIVDay and #NBHAAD to join the conversation.
Cervical cancer and HPV are completely preventable, and there are many free resources online and on social media that young people can use
I asked Danielle about her take on cervical health and how we can expand access to prevention services.
Check out these resources from across the web and social media that inform, engage, and activate young people’s passion for protecting their rights.
From HIV education to stopping bullying to social justice, here’s what some our Youth Advisory Board members are looking forward to in the New Year.
I spoke with Laneka to learn more about her interests and internship experience.
I’ve presented at YTH Live in the past and want to share some tips that can help you to submit a successful abstract, too!
Do teens care about online privacy? Yes, but they think about it very differently than adults.
When I ask myself what shaped me into the woman I am today, the YTH Youth Advisory Board is one of the first things that come to mind.
On Tuesday, June 23 we hosted the second annual #YTHHIV Tweetchat to commemorate National HIV Testing Day.
YTHINFO is a SMS campaign reaching youth weekly with HIV prevention information.
YTH is celebrating LGBTQ Pride Month by giving props to four groups that promote pride and health for LGBTQ youth.
We're hosting the #YTHHIV Tweetchat on June 23, 2015 from 10-11am PT.
Looking back at this year’s conference, I saw that youth were involved every step of the way.
ED Sheoran responds to other experts who weighed in on the New York Times debate: Sex Ed in an App?
Need convincing on why you should come to the Social Media Lounge at YTH Live? Just ask Clarissa Herman.
YTH has achieved many things since it was founded by Deb Levine in 2001. Deb served as executive director for the first 12 years of the organization, which is now under the leadership of Bhupendra Sheoran. In recognition of her contributions to YTH and to the field of public […]
If you are attending YTH Live, volunteers will be available to answer your social media questions in the Social Media Lounge.
We have exciting news! YTH is one of 24 organizations receiving $3 million in grants from the Digital Trust Foundation. The grants are going to organizations working in online privacy and security and the recipients include universities, non-profits, and community organizations. The Foundation’s board of directors decided to […]
One SXSW competition caught our eye, the Impact Pediatric Health Pitch, in which four finalists showcased technology products for a positive impact on young people’s health.
We are thrilled to welcome Alex Medina into the YTH family as its Digital Communications Officer starting March 30!
Want to create a viral hashtag like #YesAllWomen or #BlackLivesMatter? Here are strategies for success.
In collaboration with Vodafone, we’ve come up with a handy infographic to use in discussion with your developers to help you create apps that protect your users and their information.
A week ago, CES took place in Las Vegas. However, since the show is squarely focused on the profitability of high end products, there was little geared towards young people or health outcomes for lower-income populations.
We are thrilled to announce that Bhupendra Sheoran has been promoted to the role of YTH’s new executive director.
We review AIDSinfo's new all-round HIV medication app that provides up-to-date information on HIV drugs and allows users to set medication alarms.
While most teens receive some form of sexual and reproductive health education at school, it is unclear how that education, and the education they receive elsewhere, plays out in their real sex lives.
YTH Youth Advisor Gloria Malone of Teen Mom NYC reflects on reproductive justice.
Time flies when you're having fun! It’s been a busy year for YTH, as we commemorate our 1-year anniversary with our Executive Director, and the launch of several new initiatives.
Why I got rejected (rightfully) on my 20th birthday from a teen-designated space.
Bay Area Communities for Health Education hosted a #Back2SexEd Tweetchat to explore the future of sexuality education for young people.
YTH Live 2015’s theme is IGNITE. Some folks have been taking the theme a little too seriously…
YTH attends the launch of UC Berkeley exhibit - Birds do It, Bees Do It: a Century of Sex (Mis)Education in the United States
Here are ten amazing reasons to attend YTH Live 2015!
Classrooms are often not the best place for sensitive health topics. So many educators are turning to technology like apps and social media.
Download the YTH Live app and connect with other attendees, browse sessions, and more!
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Take advantage of early bird rates and discounts for youth and students.
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Share your innovate project, research, or product that advances youth health & wellness through technology.
YTH Live 2016 takes place at Hotel Kabuki in San Francisco. Special room rates are now available.
Connect with a high-quality, diverse audience of technology and health consumers.
Showcase your product or service to youth advocates, health professionals, and tech experts.
Find answers to the most frequently asked questions about YTH Live.
See a schedule for YTH Live, the youth + tech + health conference.
This diverse group of youth leaders and technology and health experts help shape our conference.
Read full descriptions of YTH Live plenaries and breakout sessions.
Need help convincing your boss to send you to YTH Live? Customize this letter template.
StreetConnect assists homeless youth to locate, access, and rate vital services and resources.
YTH has provided backup support for three workshops of young women and girls telling the stories of their lives through video, music, and pictures.
A Tumblr page for California high schoolers of color that combines pop culture and a positive, inspirational vibe.
A breakthrough mobile program that connects immigrant women to critical healthcare and domestic violence services.
An mHealth program that provides a private, secure way for people to set their own health reminders via customizable text messages.
“Thanks to the creativity and vision of these developers, young people now have a new line of defense against violence in their lives.” Vice President Joe Biden
Just/Us uses social media to reach ethnic minority young adults to with discussions and information aimed at HIV prevention and intervention.
First of its kind in the nation, the award-winning SexINFO is a sexual health text messaging program for youth in San Francisco.
We've raised the visibility of youth health tech innovation locally, nationally, and globally through coverage in over 50 media channels, including CNN, MSNBC, The Guardian, Yahoo! News, The Huffington Post, The Journal of Adolescent Health, NBC, LatinoMSN and more.
Join us on April 24-26, 2016 for YTH Live, the premier conference for trailblazing technology that advances youth health and wellness.
Looking for HIV testing, birth control, or an expert health provider? Use this health clinic locator to find the nearest free or low-cost health services.
Fact sheets to help you manage your social media and new media, including Facebook, Google, and Twitter.
Resources by YTH about sexual health, adolescent health, and technology.
Where to get data on teen behaviors regarding alcohol, drug, and tobacco use as well as prevention tips.
Information on scientifically-tested foundations for developing new programs and research for youth health.
Resources such as videos, fact sheets, and clinic locators for those working on HIV/AIDS treatment, prevention, and public perception.
Information on optimal health services, health disparities, and social support and advocacy for LGBTQ youth.
Information on current mental health clinical trials, tools for educators, and free access to publications on adolescent mental health.
Learn how to effectively adopt and integrate new media and mHealth into youth health programs.
These resources can help youth learn positive physical health they can carry into adulthood.
Learn more about the current policies, debates, and issues in adolescent reproductive rights and sexual health advocacy.
Where to go for a wealth of tools and data on STD and STI prevention for adolescents.
Get data and scholarly articles on current trends, updates on policy and law, and tools for educating youth about reproductive health.
Who's talking about latest news, research findings, and developments within the fields of youth health and technology.