Breaking It Down: Identifying and Smashing Barriers to Youth Sexual Health Care

Young people face unique barriers when accessing sexual and reproductive health care, such as: abortion notification laws, access to contraception, Title IX compliance at their institutions, and access to comprehensive sexual health education that reflects their lives, among others. Participants will have an opportunity to discuss barriers unique to young people and discuss the intersections of race, socioeconomic status, ability, gender identity and sexual orientation in a young person's capacity to access needed care. Through resource-mapping and collaborative brainstorming, participants will learn about strategies that they can use to help young people access community resources.


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