1. Sexual Health

    Sexual Health

    Some parents and caregivers are comfortable discussing sexual health matters with their kids but for others it can be a daunting task. There may be some anxiety around giving too much information or feeling embarrassed about not knowing the answers to difficult questions.

    Cast your mind back to when you were a teenager, when you first learnt about sex; it was probably embarrassing and awkward and you probably got limited information or, worse still, misinformation.

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    Services/programs

      Sexual Health

    • Feeling Safe Together

      Feeling Safe Together is for students from Prep to Grade 6.  It draws upon locally and...

      Eligibility: Primary school aged children from Prep to Grade 6.

      Contact: 03 9928 8741

      Provided by: South Eastern Centre Against Sexual...

      Referral by: -

    • Monash Health Community Nursing / Sexual Health

      The Community Health Nursing / Sexual Health service provides community nursing, clinical...

      Eligibility: This service is available to all people aged from 12 years onwards.

      Contact: 1300 342 273. Choose option 4 for...

      Provided by: Monash Health Community Health...

      Referral by: -

    • Respect Protect Connect

      Peer educator secondary school program about non-violent relationships. Suitable for Years 7 to 12.

      Eligibility: Suitable for Years 7 to 12.

      Contact: 03 9928 8741

      Provided by: South Eastern Centre Against Sexual...