The overall goal of Project AIM is to reduce sexual risk behaviors among low-income youth between the ages of 11 and 14 by providing them with the motivation to make safe choices and to address deeper barriers to sexual risk prevention (e.g., hopelessness, poverty, risk opportunities in low-income environments).
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