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  • Peer to peer-Between 5-6 peer educators at any given time-All between the ages of 17-20New media-Doesn’t really work in New orleans…Community partnerships-credibility
  • Locations – partnerships, schools, universities (I’m going to come back to why it’s important for us to go into universities – Chris’s network)Process – peers do it from start to finish
  • Neighborhoods include st. roch, hollygrove, gentily, basketball courts, stoopsMaterials include – condom packs, brochures, flyersImportance – it’s the only way to really get condoms to youth and get them into the office (talk about why they love the office)
  • Interviews were done in third personChris’s visual and narrativeThe narrative described the peer’s physical characteristics, his lifestyle, and also addressed his hopes, values, worries, beliefs and fears.We shifted our focus to Chris’ people (his social and sexual network). We discussed members of the network based on the archetype. These included:Close FriendLil’ HomieHoodratPretty Girl @ the clubTo develop program recommendations, we asked the peer researchers to Bring Chris through the CHAT program from beginning to end. What is the first time we see Chris? When do we see him again? What kind of CHAT activity would he go to and why? How do we talk to Chris?
  • Talk about credibility again and how it’s especially important since we don’t have a grounding in the community
  • # members (explain member)# of eventsEstablished partnerships of youth servicesThe only text hotline in cityThe only youth project in institution, from ground up
  • Chat nola ppt

    1. 1.  History/programs- Founded in 1983, oldest AIDS service organization in gulf south- Two offices: Tulane towers and CAN- Services offered: telephone hotline, prevention, peer support, Substance Abuse and Mental Health, food bank/home delivered meals, housing coordination, case management, primary medical , pharmacy, and CTR CHAT- completely peer driven- No established program before it
    2. 2.  Peer to peer educationJalisa CarterAaron MosesCourtney JacksKentrell RobertsTayanna Jackson New mediaCHAT websiteFacebookYouTubeSext Hotline Community partnershipsBrotherhood Inc.Odyssey HouseCovenant HouseTulane Drop-In CenterYouth Empowerment Project
    3. 3.  Educational Sessions- Locations- ProcessCondomsHIV 101STDs – The BasicsPregnancy – truth circle for womenAnatomy 101Healthy Relationships, how to address Abuse (male and female)
    4. 4. OutreachLocationsMaterialsimportance
    5. 5. EVENTS WEEKLYBBQ/Pool Party Movie nightSlam Dat Boy Cipher circleCatch us if you can (club Arts and Crafts hopping) Pizza and Sex Resume HelpCHAT board game of Life Player’s Den
    6. 6.  Creative ProjectsMatchbooksHow to use a condom pamphletBrochureResource guideMuralComic stripsSongsVideos
    7. 7.  Formative Research, Peer Interviews- Peer driven behavior change for New Orleans Black youth: roadmap- Destination: Increased condom use, Decreased multiple concurrent sexual partnerships- Interviews were conducted by peers and were in-depth- Interview goals: describe behaviors, need, and preferences; develop program strategies; enhance peer educator skills- 6 weeks, 14 interviews- Results of interviews Peer Archetype- Chris’s network- From research to program
    8. 8.  Challenges and Solutions FacebookGroup Page: 1120 friendsPersonal Page: 1400 friends YouTube11 videos746 total views CHAT websiteGames/ video game Sext hotlineLaunched in January228 texts
    9. 9.  Roles- sessions, outreach support, potential peer educators5 partners- Brotherhood Inc. (Black MSM)- Covenant House (Homeless youth)- Odyssey House ( Addiction)- Youth Empowerment Project (GED, job placement)- Tulane Drop-In Center (clinic, referral)
    10. 10.  Facebook – nola summers Sext hotline – 504. 222.CHAT