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Programs

Learn about our educational programs below. 

Teen Advocates for Sexual Health

Since 2000, Teen Advocates for Sexual Health (TASH)  has been our most successful sex education program to date. TASH is a 45-hour peer education program supporting high school teens making a difference in their communities. TASH students represent diverse backgrounds from the St. Louis area, Southwest Missouri, and Southeast Missouri. TASH is taught throughout the academic school year, and participants earn a Certificate from the Education Department upon completion.  

Sexual Health in the Community

Sexual Health in the Community is a program designed for professionals who provide youth with sexual health information. Please list this program by name to request a consultation with our Education Department.

Sexual Health in Medicine

The Sexual Health in Medicine training educates medical staff, residents, physicians, and clinicians on the importance of taking a sexual health history and other relevant topics. This training offers increased cultural competence when servicing marginalized clients and patients, including but not limited to: LGBTQ+ people, older adults, and people living with HIV/AIDS or other chronic illnesses. Please list this program by name to request a consultation with our Education Department.

The Essentials

In collaboration with local youth-serving organizations and schools, The Essentials series provides adolescents with a 40-hour, medically accurate, age-appropriate, comprehensive sexuality education course covering four foundational themes:

  • Human Sexuality
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Reproductive Health & STIs
  • Values & Decision Making

Capacity is limited for this series. Please list this program by name to request a consultation with our Education Department.