Our Coordinator of Education Services, Jennifer was lucky enough to do a podcast with Kerry Watts, program coordinator of BC Council for Families about talking with children and youth about sexuality. So thankful to be part of a great conversation on a gray Sunday afternoon! Kerry made it fun and easy to cover lots of information in a short 40 minutes!
Jennifer Gibson MA, is the Coordinator of Community Education Services. She is a professional sexual health educator whose knowledge, sense of humour, enthusiasm, and comfort level give her the unique ability to make sexual health education accessible and easy to relate to.
Used properly, condoms are effective protection against both pregnancy and infections. They also come in fun colours!
Our bottle drive was a great success raising near $400 for our youth programming. Special Thanks to: -Our community supporters for your amazing donations of refundables -The Awesome UVic Project Serve facilitators & volunteers: Breanne, Darcy, Jenelle, Maddie, Melissa, Mia,Riley, Shivani, Sneh, and Varada -ISH volunteers and staff: Alex, Bobbi, Courtney, Gill, Gord, Jennifer, Kim,…
Spermicides such as this nonoxynol-9 foam are best used in combination with other birth control, such as “condoms”:/birthcontrol/condom/ or “diaphragms”:/birthcontrol/diaphragm.
Condoms and other barriers can reduce your risk of syphilis. “Contact our clinics”:/about/contact/ for syphilis tests.
If you can, we need you! We are looking for 8-10 youth (ages 12-18) who want to join a focus group discussion to help our clinics and services become more youth-cool! Focus groups will be held at our Fort Street Location (1770 Fort Street – across from Moka house) and participants can expect treats, fun,…
Not sure how to talk with your teenager about sex? Our tips and guidelines can help.