YTH Live: the youth + tech + health conference

YTH Live 2019

YTH Live 2019 will showcase the brightest minds and cutting edge research in topics ranging from sexual and reproductive health to mental health and digital rights. Whether you are an Executive Director, developer, IT professional, or even a high school student, YTH Live can help you learn about the latest trends in health, innovation, and technology.

Join us from May 5-6, 2019 at Bespoke in San Francisco.

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Why attend YTH Live?

Young leaders: Meet other students and young adult leaders from around the world who share your passion for improving youth health and wellness through technology.

Tech professionals: Share insights and innovations across a diverse community of builders, coders, designers, developers, gamers, hackers, makers, thinkers, and visionaries crafting the next generation of innovative solutions for healthy young people.

Health professionals: Exchange ideas and best practices across sectors with advocates, community leaders, educators, parents, policymakers, researchers, and social entrepreneurs providing effective health strategies and wellness resources serving youth and young adults.

Parents, teachers, advocates, designers, and researchers: We want you too! Learn from the highest-quality educators, community youth leaders, parents and health professionals who gather every year at YTH Live to share insights, experience and data on young people and tech.

A Look Back at YTH Live 2018

It was wonderful to see everyone. Thank you for making our 10th Anniversary a success. It’s about time to relive the conference experience!

Look at Day One Photos and Day Two Photos.
Review a presenter’s slides.
Watch our Telehealth panel.
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INNOVATE: NEXT
NEXT is a mobile responsive website to facilitate access to preventive services, including STD prevention, sexual health resources, and other social services for youth exiting supervised care systems (YESCS) like foster care and/or the juvenile justice system.
Learn more about this YTH project