ONLINE RESOURCES

Looking for more information?


Don’t get tricked into believing everything you see on social media. For medically accurate information about birth control, sex, relationships and other topics check out the sites below!

Bedsider



Website featuring information various birth control methods and resources.


Visit Bedsider.org

CDC for Teens



Tips and tools on protection and disease prevention for teens who are having sex, thinking about having sex or just want to know.


Visit CDC.gov

Just Be Mag



Digital magazine written by teens for teens with information on healthy relationships, teen health, life skills and more.


Visit JustBeMag.com

I Wanna Know



Offers information for teens on various topics including abstinence, talking to parents, talking to partners, condom use, healthcare and relationships.


Visit IWannaKnow.org

Love is Respect



Support, information and resources for young people who have questions or concerns about dating relationships.


Visit LoveIsRespect.org

Planned Parenthood Info for Teens



Take quizzes, learn facts and sign up for text based question and answers.


PlannedParenthood.org

Teen
Talk



Text messaging Q & A, quizzes, games and fact sheets for teens about birth control, body positivity, relationships and more.


Visit PlannedParenthood.org

West Dallas Community Resource Guide



Essential resources in West Dallas, including early childhood providers, after school care, in-school academic support, parent & family education, health services, and others.


West Dallas Guide

Stay Teen



Stay Teen was created to encourage teens to enjoy their teen years and avoid the responsibilities that come with too early pregnancy or parenting by educating teens on topics such as sex, relationships, abstinence, and birth control.


Visit StayTeen.org

Sex, etc.



Entire site written by teens for teens dedicated to educating their peers on a variety sexuality topics including Birth control, STDs, pregnancy, body, LGBTQ, relationships and more.

Visit SexETC.org

Go Ask Alice!



Go Ask Alice! site is supported by a team of Columbia University health promotion specialists, health care providers, and other health professionals, along with a staff of information and research specialists and writers.


Visit Go Ask Alice