Visit the resources below to further your knowledge on healthy sexual behaviors:
This website provides resources for teens and adults who want to learn more about relationships. It includes interactive activities, videos, research information, printables and helpful links.
Missouri GSA Network (MGN) works directly with LGBTQA students to empower leaders and cultivate advocates who fight homophobia and transphobia in schools around Missouri and strive for social justice. MGN works with students towards changing their school's climate to better support the LGBTQA community. Their biannual School Climate Survey documents the experiences of LGBTQA youth in Missouri schools and offers a baseline against which to measure positive future changes on key indicators.
This organization works to strengthen a culture of personal responsibility regarding sex, getting pregnant and bringing children into the world.
This resource offers national information and referrals regarding the safety of women and children affected by domestic violence.
The mission of Safe Connections is to reduce the impact and incidence of relationship violence and sexual assault through education, crisis intervention, counseling and support services. They provide services to both adults and teens which include: 24-hr access to a domestic violence crisis line; individual and group counseling; classes and workshops and social events. Their website also includes useful information to build strong, healthy relationships and identify the warning signs of unhealthy relationships.
The SPOT is located in the Central West End neighborhood of St. Louis City and provides youth between the ages of 13-24 with access to free medical and social services in a safe, youth-friendly and comfortable environment. From getting back in school or starting contraception, to addressing a mental illness or seeking care for HIV, The SPOT works with young people to establish goals and work towards reaching them.
TransParentSTL provides support, information and resources to help parents confidently navigate their gender independent child’s personal journey of self-discovery to authentic living. They help families move from a place of isolation to discover how parents, grandparents, extended family and the community can best support trans* children in their journey towards living an authentic life.
The Teen Pregnancy & Prevention Partnership promotes adolescent health and teen pregnancy prevention by uniting Missouri through advocacy, collaboration, training and public awareness. Their website offers information for parents, teens and professionals about pregnancy prevention.
The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) young people ages 13-24.