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FOR YOUTH

“The information on healthy and unhealthy relationships was most valuable to me.” – student

Are you sexually active?

Do you have questions about your sexuality?

  • Know that you have value as an individual. Set goals for yourself and who you want to become. Remind yourself of these goals when a situation arises when you need to say no.
  • Ask a friend of family member to keep you accountable.
  • Pre-set Boundaries. Be proactive and not reactive. Pre-think situations and how you will respond so that you are not caught off guard and simply reacting to emotions in the moment.
  • In the case of a situation where you are being pressured – run the other way.

STDs/STIs are contracted through sexual activity or genital contact with a person who is already infected. Many STDs/STIs do not cause any obvious symptoms and can be spread without either the carrier or recipient knowing. Without treatment STDs/STIs can possibly develop serious complications. The Department of Health recommends that anyone under the age of 25 who is sexually active should get tested for STDs/STIs annually.

If you have questions or would like more information about STDs/STIs or treatment referrals, schedule a consultation with one of our medical professionals today.

It’s never too late – you can make a commitment to yourself today! We would be happy to talk with you and help you set healthy goals for yourself and your body. Contact us today. We are here for you.

No one should be forcing you into sex. Human trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery. If you or someone you know is a victim of sexual slavery there is help! Call the hotline: 1-888-373-7888, or for more information visit: humantraffickinghotline.org.

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For Teachers and Administrators

“Very relevant and applicable. You made them not feel embarrassed or dumb for their questions. You tell it like it is. I think this is what connected them to you the most. Thank you for that.” – Wendy, Ignite youth mentor

Stronger Youth

Taught by health professionals, the Stronger Youth presentation benefits students by addressing topics such as STDs, sexual and reproductive health, how to say no to sex, and how to build healthy relationships during adolescence.

Stronger Youth

Taught by health professionals, the Stronger Youth presentation benefits students by addressing topics such as STDs, sexual and reproductive health, how to say no to sex, and how to build healthy relationships during adolescence.

Contact our program coordinator to schedule a Stronger Youth presentation for your classroom or group

Kim Bonus, RN, BSN
509-491-1101
EMAIL KIM HERE