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88Nine Radio Milwaukee

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414All Condom Campaign

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  • <p>Milwaukee Health Commissioner Bevin Baker addresses a crowd gathered at City Hall for 414All&#39;s&nbsp;launch party.</p>

A local public health organization has launched a campaign to lower the rates of new sexually transmitted infections among Milwaukee's young adults.

Right now, Milwaukee ranks in the nation's top five cities for new cases of chlamydia and gonorrhea, according to the Centers for Disease Control.

The condom awareness campaign, 414All, shows teens where to get free condoms in Milwaukee, plus provides information about how to effectively use them.  

Using their smartphones, teens can scan a QR code at bus shelters all over the city or simply view a map online showing free condom dispensaries.  

The campaign is sponsored by Diverse and Resilient, a non-profit public health organization targeted at the LGBT community.

Click the podcast player to hear our interview with Project Manager Kristen Donat.