FSU project is geared for African-Americans aged 18-24. It primarily addresses risk behaviors (namely unprotected sex and substance use that contributes to sexual risk taking) for HIV/HCV transmission among: 1) men who have sex with men, and 2) heterosexual females. It seeks to encourage HIV testing among young adults through the implementation of a multilevel prevention strategy that incorporates interventions at the individual, group, and community levels. The project utilizes prevention messaging developed with the assistance of young African-American adults and later disseminated through social media and local radio. 112 MSM and 112 heterosexual females will participate in evidence-based interventions that address ways to reduce risk for HIV infection.