Sex education has the power to change a young person’s life for the better, but teaching it can be a daunting responsibility for educators. If you’re new to teaching sex education or thinking about adding it to your class schedule, there are lots of resources and trainings to lean on as you get comfortable in your role.
We believe all teens in Mississippi deserve access to high-quality sex education and youth-friendly healthcare to attain their highest level of health.
Review Policy & Advocacy
We are dedicated to championing public policies and engaging youth advocates to ensure youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services for every Mississippi teen.
Explore Programs & Initiatives
Learn more about our programs that empower teens and educate youth-serving adults to address the unique sexual health needs of Mississippi teens.
Find Youth-Friendly Healthcare
Locate the health centers and condom vendors in your area and see which providers meet our youth-friendly criteria.
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- September 28, 2021
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- Sep 30
- September 30, 2021
- 10:30 am – 12:00 pm
Mississippi has the 2nd highest teen birth rate in the nation
of parents said sex-ed should be taught in the MS public school system at an age-appropriate grade level
Take Charge of Your Sexual Health
Meet our current Mississippi Youth Council Members (MY Council) and discover what they are doing to advocate for comprehensive sex education on a local and state level.Learn More