Advancing comprehensive sex education in Alabama
THE ALABAMA CAMPAIGN
We envision access to comprehensive sexual health for adolescents throughout Alabama and advance our mission to champion healthy adolescent development through medically accurate and equitable sexual health education and services.
For Immediate Release: November 9, 2023 Contact: Christina Clark Okarmus, Alabama Campaign for Adolescent Sexual Health [email protected], 334-265-8004 Montgomery, Ala. — Alabama has quietly returned funding to the CDC for the biennial Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance Survey (YRBSS or YRBS). The YRBS, last conducted in 2021, surveys high school students from across the state to…
For Immediate Release: Contact: Christina Clark Okarmus, ACASH September 30, 2023 [email protected], 334-265-8004 Montgomery, Ala. — In May 2023 the Alabama Campaign for Adolescent Sexual Health (ACASH) was invited…
Our Core Beliefs
The Alabama Campaign believes in the capacity of youth and in supporting that capacity through information, education, and empowerment.
The Alabama Campaign believes in the support of parents, caregivers, community-based organizations, schools, faith communities, and policy makers in addressing adolescent sexual health.
The Alabama Campaign believes in access to medically accurate and comprehensive sexual health information and care.
The Alabama Campaign believes in the diversity of opinion and the power of partnerships to affect positive change for adolescent sexual health through advocacy and awareness.
The Alabama Campaign believes in providing sexual health education that addresses the diverse needs of adolescents in Alabama regardless of race, ability, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and faith.
The Alabama Campaign believes in providing support for pregnant and parenting adolescents for the development of healthy families and strong communities.
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