Welcome to the Southern California Sexual Health Collaborative
Our mission: Advance innovative practices in sexual health throughout Southern California.
The Southern California Sexual Health Collaborative (SCSHC) initially developed around the goal of having a stronger cohesive voice around statewide activities that tend to be centered in the Bay Area and Sacramento. Specifically, many in this group were interested in having stronger input into the Adolescent Sexual Health Work Group (ASHWG). The SCSHC also formed to face unique challenges in Southern California, including large population size, incredible diversity, national border issues and the constant barrier of Southern California’s wide-spread geography.
2015 Southern California Sexual Health Summit
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- Summit program
- Keynote: Creating sexy spaces to improve health outcomes for young people
- Are You Looking? The role of geo-social apps in HIV prevention and treatment among high-risk MSM
- Best Practices to implement a peer advocate program
- Developing inclusive health education materials for LGBTQ youth and allies
- It’s everyone’s concern when a community becomes an STD “Hot Spot”
- Let’s talk about consent: Promoting healthy relationships to improve sexual health of youth (Prezi)
- Mirror, Mirror: Parents’ impact on children’s self-esteem and sexual health (Prezi)
- My Health, My Info: How to keep it confidential
- PrEP/PEP: Taking Control of LA’s Sexual Health
- Promoting LGBT Family Acceptance among Latinos/as through a Promotora Model
- Sexual health as you age: Maximizing the enjoyment of sex throughout your lifetime
- The [WHAT] We Want, a soap opera for social change
- Where I can go? Giving teens access to reproductive health services
- Curriculum: Workshops for LGBTQ Youth and Adult Allies (developed by Sarah Roush and Nico Storrow)
- Michelle Horejs, MPH, CHES, Planned Parenthood Los Angeles (Click here for Michelle’s bio)
- Tara Beeston, MPH, County of San Diego, Health and Human Services Agency (Click here for Tara’s bio)
Funding for this event was provided by The California Wellness Foundation.
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