The Southern California Sexual Health Collaborative presents...
The Southern California Sexual Health Summit is a forum to convene passionate, committed stakeholders from all walks of life and professions in the field of sexual health. Representatives from community-based organizations, non-profits, government agencies, schools and the community are encouraged to share the latest information, strategies, and their professional experience as well as develop and foster partnerships for improving sexual health for all across the region.
This event convenes public health professionals of all levels who are interested in working on sexual health, reproductive justice, health equity and related topics. We strive to provide a forum to highlight innovative practices and programs, while offering opportunities for professional networking for Southern Californians.
Our goals are to:
- Build capacity in Southern California to address the sexual health needs of the region.
2. Leverage interdisciplinary partnerships and share best practices to address the sexual health needs of all Southern Californians.
3. Enhance the quality of comprehensive sexual health education in Southern California by creating opportunities to build provider networks.
By purchasing a ticket and attending this event, you agree to respect the safe environment we are creating for sexual health professionals to discuss our work and goals for our communities. Please come to this event ready to learn, and suspend any judgments you may have on the subject matter of this event.
Let us know of any special accommodations you may need, such as a translator. We are happy to accommodate your needs.
The Planning Committee for the 2017 Southern California Sexual Health Summit includes representatives from the following agencies:
California Department of Public Health, STD Control Branch, County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency, Orange County Health Care Agency, LA Trust for Children's Health, Children's Hospital Los Angeles, Essential Access Health, Kaiser Permanente, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, Planned Parenthood of Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley and Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest and Polytechnic School.