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Sexual Health Nurse Promotional Events:

• Sexual Health Clinics held monthly

• HIV/AIDS Hotline available 24 hours 7days a week

• Women’s Wellness Day-Early Spring or Late Fall

• Girl’s/Guys Night Out, Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Program-Early Spring or Late Fall

• HIV/AIDS Awareness Week-Last Week in November of each year

• HIV/AIDS Community Newsletter-Coincide with HIV Awareness Week

• World AIDS Day-December1 of each year


Important Health Teachings Related to Program:

• If you are choosing to be sexual active, protect yourself and use a Condom. Use a condom every time you have sex.

• Abstinence is the only 100% effective method of Birth Control that will protect you against any Sexually Transmitted Diseases or an unplanned pregnancy. ABSTINENCE or monogamy!

• If your thinking about having sexual intercourse with your partner, you both should go for testing to ensure that you are both STD FREE!

• Know your sexual partner’s history. If your afraid to ask then maybe you shouldn’t be engaging in sexual activities with that partner.

• Avoid or limit your use of drugs and alcohol as they can impair your judgment regarding the use of birth control.


Important Facts That You Should Know!

• If you are choosing to be sexual active, protect yourself and use a Condom. Use a condom every time you have sex.

• Abstinence is the only 100% effective method of Birth Control that will protect you against any Sexually Transmitted Diseases or an unplanned pregnancy. ABSTINENCE or monogamy!

• If your thinking about having sexual intercourse with your partner, you both should go for testing to ensure that you are both STD FREE!

• Know your sexual partner’s history. If your afraid to ask then maybe you shouldn’t be engaging in sexual activities with that partner.

• Avoid or limit your use of drugs and alcohol as they can impair your judgment regarding the use of birth control.



Clinical Nurse Promotional Events:

• Health teachings and promotional events are planned in collaboration with other health services in the community throughout the year

 
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