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Addressing the Need for Health Equity Among All Youth

Patricia Suma, M.S., California Reproductive Health Equity Project Specialist, shares some reflections in the development process of our newest curriculum, Teen Talk for Youth in Alternative Settings (YAS). READ MORE 

Red Flags on Screen

In this blog, a 10th grade student from Redwood City explores the role that movies and on-screen romance play in teens' perceptions of dating. This blog is part of a series developed through the Teen Talk Writing Internship carried out remotely during early 2021. READ MORE 

Boundaries & Relationships

In this blog, a 10th grade student from Sunnyvale talks about the importance of boundaries between partners, friends, and strangers. This is yet another awesome blog developed through the Teen Writing Internship carried out remotely with a group of high schoolers during early 2021.  READ MORE

Our suite of programs for parents and guardians helps adults gain comfort and confidence in talking with their young person, while building community amongst other parents. Learn more!

Through our tailored and interactive trainings and technical assistance, we help build preparedness and confidence in educators who are teaching sexual health to diverse youth.  

Our programs for grades 5-12 are medically accurate, age-appropriate, and inclusive. Our newest curriculum, Teen Talk Adapted for All Abilities, is uniquely designed for students with special needs. 


We also offer online Youth Workshop Series that engage youth in a combination of interactive, live webinars covering developmentally-appropriate human sexuality and health topics.

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