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 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.
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.
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:
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.