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Education that meets your needs.

The Education Department at Planned Parenthood St. Louis Region aand Southwest Missouri believes that knowledge – free from oppression and inequity –  empowers people to invest in their well-being. Our comprehensive sex education provides the information that people of all ages and identities need to make informed sexual and reproductive health choices.

Join us for free education sessions at St. Louis Public Library branches!

Join our education team in-person for the upcoming free education sessions below. A library card is not required to attend.

  • "Let's Chat: About Period Positivity!"
    Monday, October 3
    5-6:30 p.m.
    Online via Zoom
    Register here
     
  • "Period 101"
    Wednesday, October 5
    6-7 p.m.
    Central Library Branch
    Register here
     
  • "Period Action Day"
    Saturday, October 8
    2-3:30 p.m.
    Central Library Branch
     
  • "Ask The Experts: Relationships and Wellness Panel"
    Tuesday, October 18
    6-7:30 p.m.
    Julia Davis Library Branch
    Register here
     
  • "Ask The Experts: Sexual Health and Wellness Panel"
    Tuesday, November 15
    Schlafly Library Branch
    Register here  

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Why is sex education important?

Why is sex education important?

Sex education has positive effects, including increasing young people's knowledge and improving their attitudes related to sexual and reproductive health and behaviors. Contrary to popular belief, it does not increase sexual activity, risky behavior, or STI/HIV infection rates.

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COVID-19 Response

The health and safety of our students, patients, and staff is our top priority. To help ensure everyone has a safe, healthy experience, we are providing additional information and policies regarding COVID-19. We will continue to provide updates as things change.

In an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, here's what we are actively doing:

  • Offering education & training services virtually; contact us for details. You can use the Education Program Request Form, send an email to [email protected], or give us a call at 314.531.7526 ext 332.
  • Only providing in-person education and training services if safety procedures are met.
  • Providing virtual resources for instructors and e-learning packets for students when both in-person and live virtual services are unattainable for students or your organization.
  • Requiring masks and adherence to all public health guidelines during any in-person interaction, for both staff and participants.
  • Limiting in-office schedules and in-person education. Please use our online form to request our education services.
  • Working daily to assess the COVID-19 impact to our employees and community members. We will keep you updated with any new information we may have.

Care Connection

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