How Can We Help Young People?
Every year, millions of young people are affected by dating violence, with devastating consequences that can last a lifetime.
It Takes a Village
We asked two SHAC members to share why they are involved and why they're important to help ensure students learn about healthy living, sexual health, and more.
Celebrating Texas Caregivers
In recognition of National Family Caregivers Month, we’re highlighting how the Texas Foster Youth Health Initiative program supports caregivers.
Health Literacy Month
Taylor Stafford, a Parent Health Educator, provides tips for having healthy conversations and sharing information between parents or caregivers and their teens.
Teens Give Advice for Having ‘The Talk’
The Youth Advisory Board (YAB) is a diverse, teen-led committee created to maintain and raise community awareness about teen-related topics.
Family Conversations About Sexual Health Education
Hispanic Heritage Month brings us together to reflect on our past, celebrate our present, and build for our future.
Houston Chronicle Speaks with Texas Women’s Healthcare Coalition
The number of low-income people accessing highly effective forms of contraception in Texas health programs dropped for the second straight year, according to new data .
Adapting Marketing Theories to Engage Young People in HIV Prevention
While social marketing is not typically used to promote a specific public health program, the framework is still helpful for understanding how to use traditional, for-profit marketing frameworks for a non-profit, public health program.