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Young men involved in the criminal justice system face disproportionately high rates of sexual risk behavior, drug, use, and violence. Little is known about how their involvement in sex partnerships might mitigate their unique health and social risks. This study explores whether sex partner experience protects against harmful sexual behaviors, drug problems, violence, and recidivism in year-old Black and Latino men leaving a US jail.
Logistic regression was used to examine the relationship between sex partner experience and sex behavior, drug use, violence, and recidivism. However, the positive effects of having a long-term sex partner generally do not apply over time - in this case, one year after being released from jail.
Aside from sexual partners, factors such as employment and housing stability predict whether these young men will experience positive or negative outcomes post-incarceration. This study highlights the importance and potential benefits of health interventions that engage young Black and Latino men who are involved in the criminal justice system in the US, as well as their sex partners, in health promotion programs.
The study also confirms the need for programs that address the employment and housing needs of young men after they leave correctional facilities. In this study, we explore the role of sex partnerships in the health and social risks of young men leaving jail. Research consistently demonstrates that compared with non-incarcerated youth in the US, incarcerated adolescents face disproportionately high health and social risks related to sex, drugs, violence, and recidivism [ 1 — 4 ].
Most interventions designed to mitigate these risks operate at the behavioral level [ 5 ] and rarely lead to significant or lasting behavioral changes - and therefore improved health and social outcomes - in the long term.