Let Girls Learn
Maybe you can relate: no one's really talked to you about how to have a healthy relationship, you want to better understand sexual identities, body changes you are experiencing, and how to stay healthy when you choose to be sexually active.
This program is for young women ages 11 to 19, extending to age 21 for pregnant or parenting women; for those, in state systems such as foster care, experiencing homelessness, or living in residential programs.
Open to all self-identifying and LGBTQ+ girls.
What’s it about?
Funded through the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, this 10-hour program consists of an evidence-based sexual health curriculum. It covers how to develop and maintain healthy relationships, sexuality, reproductive anatomy and physiology, prevention of HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI), understanding gender/sexual identities, definitions of sexual assault/trauma,, prevention and self-care so you can make empowered choices.
Participants receive a $30 gift card for completing the program.