Teen Advocates for Sexual Health (TASH) is a group of teens (grades 9-12) representing diverse backgrounds from the St. Louis area. With TASH, teens learn about sexual health, sexuality and how to be advocates in their communities.
We can provide training programs for professionals who provide sexual health information to youth. Our trainers can tailor a specific program to meet the needs of your organization. A fee may apply; please contact our Education Division for more information.
In collaboration with local youth-serving organizations and schools, our Peer Education program provides adolescents with a 40-hour, medically accurate, age-appropriate, comprehensive sexuality education. Topics include:
Education and training can staff a resource table for community events that features educational materials, safe sex kits, services cards etc.
We do community outreach at health fairs, conferences, community programming, festivals, expos, and any community event that wants to promote sexual health education, sexual and reproductive healthcare services, and healthy relationships for their attendees.