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Are you age 14 to 19 AND interested in educating your friends about safer sex and reducing teen pregnancies? Do you need community service hours for graduation? Join the Peer Education Program! Fill out this form to apply.

Are you an adult who is proficient in Spanish, with a working history and knowledge of the Latin/e/x/o/a community, and interested in helping your community learn more about sexual health? Would you like to learn how to be a trusted resource for your community and peers? Join the Embajadores de Salud program! Fill out this form to apply.

¿Es usted un adulto que domina el español, con un historial laboral y conocimiento de la comunidad latina/e/x/o/a, y tiene interés en ayudar a su comunidad a aprender más sobre la salud sexual? ¿Le gustaría aprender cómo convertirse en un recurso de confianza para su comunidad? ¡Únase al programa Embajadores de Salud! Complete este formulario para aplicar.

Did you know people ages 13 to 24 accounted for 22% of all new HIV diagnoses in 2015?

Did you know 55% of young people have their first sexual experience between ages 15 and 19?

Did you know nearly 40% of sexually active students did not use a condom the last time they had sex?


The Ohio Center for Sex Education is dedicated to the proposition that all people have a right to education that will help them understand, appreciate, and take responsibility for their sexuality. We offer numerous programs that can be offered in a variety of settings. 
Single Session Program

Community-based and in-school sex education single session programs are designed to prevent unintended pregnancy and the spread of sexually transmitted infections. Sessions are designed to be delivered in a variety of medically accurate, developmentally-appropriate sex education modules in a number of settings.

Multi-Session Program

Multi-session education programs using the Get Real! curriculum emphasizes social and emotional skills as a key component of healthy relationships and responsible decision-making. Content provided is medically accurate, developmentally-appropriate sex education demonstrated to delay sex, empower parents, and reinforce strong communication skills. Ideal for middle, high, and college-age young people.

Peer Education Program

Young people receive extensive training on reproductive health, sexuality education, and presentation techniques while strengthening their leadership skills. Once training is complete, the participants are able to provide presentations to their peers on reproductive health and sexuality issues. 

Professional Development

Trainings to other professionals in the community are available throughout Ohio. Training modules are available on a number of topics. Comprehensive training is also available for those professionals who would like to become sex education providers.

Customized Programs

Every audience is different. Whether talking about sex education to a group of adjudicated youth or giving tips on how to answer tough questions from teenagers to parents or youth serving professionals, our goal is to customize a program to best suit your needs.

Our expert Education and Outreach Team is poised to offer professional services in a variety of settings. Costs for programs vary and financial assistance maybe available for qualifying organizations.

Single Session Education: Starting at $135 per session for 25 participants.

Multi-Session Education: Starting at $1,215 for a typical nine-session program.

Peer Education Program: $60,000 for one-year program with 10 to 15 students.

Professional Development: Starting at $85 per session per participant.

Customized Program: Costs vary.

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For more information or to schedule a program, contact [email protected] or call 614-224-2235, ext. 3013.


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