State Recommendations to Include Sexuality Education in Health Care Delivery

State Recommendations to Include Sexuality Education in Health Care Delivery

Executive Summary

This brief outlines recommendations that advocates can use to encourage their states to include sexuality education in health care delivery. As discussed within the brief, the medical screening that youth receive has not sufficiently included sexuality education. Sexuality education provided during health care delivery presents the opportunity for personalized counseling and education to meet each individual’s needs throughout early childhood and adolescence, but changes must be made to ensure delivery.

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