Sexual Health and Education
ACT for Women and Girls, providing a multitude of resources for teens with questions about sexual health and teens who are pregnant or parents:
ACT’s Peer Education Action Team- a peer educator program ACT’s #Health4All
Medi-Cal Expansion for Undocumented Youth ACT’s Female Leadership
Academy ACT’s Teen Success Program actforwomenandgirls.org (559) 738-8037
The Source LGBT+ Center thesourcelgbt.org (559) 429-4277
Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency Cal PREP: California Personal Responsibility Educational Program- a program educating high-risk youth and vulnerable youth about abstinence and contraception. Free flexible sessions and incentives provided.
Contact Danette Franz at (559) 685-2289 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tulare County Health & Human Services Agency Health Education Specialist & Prevention Team (559) 685-2294 email@example.com
Dial 2-1-1 to find a variety of social services via the United Way or visit 211tularecounty.org
CA DPH Adolescent Family Life Program helps local pregnant youth and parents cdph.ca.gov/programs/MCAH
The California Condom Access Project provides free condoms to teens. Visit teensource.org for locations of access sites. ACT is an access site.
Online Webinar - http://www.cfhc.org/learning-exchange/ca-healthy-youth-act-2016
Implementation Toolkit – www.positivepreventionplus.com/news/2016/3/3/california-healthy-youth-act-implementaton-toolkit https://www.aclunc.org/our-work/know-your-rights/sex-education
Frontline: Rape in the Fields
The program — produced in partnership with Univision, the Center for Investigative Reporting and the investigative reporting program at the University of California at Berkeley — delves into the painful price some women are paying for providing for their families. As part of the program, dozens of women — from the Valley’s almond orchards to Florida’s tomato fields — shared their stories about being victims of sexual abuse.
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Explorations will produce more excitement and thrill if you know exactly what you put in your body. Like those complicated ingredients in the packaging labels of your food, you should also wonder about the type of material used to create your sex toys.
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