Teen Clinic offers free health education in a classroom and community organizations around the South Bay and San Diego area. We offer a wide range of services to teachers, community centers and groups. Below are some of the topics and curriculum that we can teach. We look forward to working with you in whatever capacity that might be.
For more information or to schedule a meeting please feel free to contact us.
Presentations and Curriculum
- The Reproductive System: Anatomy and Physiology
- Family Planning: Contraceptive Methods (Birth Control Methods)
- Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)
- Healthy Relationships and Harassment, including bullying
- Safe Sex Practices
- Sexual Assault (Consent and Coercion)
- Substance Abuse
- Stress management
- Nutrition and Fitness
- Girls Groups (ages 12-24)
- Boys Groups (ages 12-24)
- Parents of Teen Classes
- Advocates for Youth Rights, Respect, Responsibility Curriculum* (one lesson or the entire curriculum)
- Adolescent Growth Education Curriculum
*Sweetwater Union and San Diego Unified School District approved
California Health Youth Act (CHYA)
New California Education code requires that all public school districts in the state of California teach comprehensive sexual health education. The requirements are as follows: (our curricula meet these new requirements)
- Comprehensive Sexual Health and HIV prevention education is required at least once in middle school and at least once in high school. Abstinence-only instruction is not permitted.
- All instruction in all grades must be age-appropriate and medically accurate and may not promote religious doctrine
- Beginning in grade 7, instruction must include information about the safety and effectiveness of all FDA-approved methods of preventing pregnancy and transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
- Parents must be notified that their student will receive sexual health and HIV prevention education and be allowed to view materials prior to instruction. Parents/guardians may remove their student from instruction by submitting a request in writing.
- Teachers or outside speakers must have training in and knowledge if the most recent medically accurate research on the topic.
- Instruction must be appropriate for students with disabilities, English language learners, and students of all races and ethnic and cultural backgrounds.
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If you're a teacher at one of our partner schools please fill out the health education request form below and we will get back to you in the next 1-2 business days.
For assistance with filling out the form or for more information contact us at (619) 800-8336.