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Who are we?

 

We are a group composed of young professional promoters who offer information and legal advice concerning sexual education and reproductive health, as well as providing free contraceptive methods, using a youth-to-youth methodology.

What are our goals?

Through the Community Health Program, the youth have access to accurate, up-to-date information regarding sexuality and reproductive health, encouraging them to make correct decisions.

We look to promote sexuality as a fundamental aspect of human development and to make diverse contraceptive methods more accessible.

What have we achieved?

In 2017

  • We provided 426 workshops to 3,163 people (of which 2,894 were young people). We delivered 11,270 free various contraceptive methods.
    We made 805 home visits to discuss family planning.

In 2018

  • We provided 231 sexuality workshops to 1,730 people (of which 1,164 were young people).
    We delivered 16, 560 free various contraceptive methods and made 90 home visits to discuss family planning.

Reproductive and Sexual Education Workshops (See more)

Workshops

How to live a sexuality without taboos!

Sexuality is a central aspect of the human being, present throughout the entirety of their life.

By holding these workshops, our aim is to encourage teenagers and young adults to explore and accept their sexuality, to form healthy respectful relationships and respect sexual diversity. We strive to foster responsible, conscious, judgment-free sexual behavior, for themselves and towards others.

Are you looking to host a workshop at your school, workplace, etc.? Fill this form and we will get in touch with you.

 

Information Booth (See more)

Information Booth

Don’t leave any question unanswered!

You can ask anything at CASA’s Community Health Program.

Our promoters, medics, midwives and volunteers regularly place information booths in public places, such as parks or churches. We can be present at your neighborhood or community! Our CASA team is at your disposal to answer any questions you may have, dispel myths and rumors.

We provide information about our services, handing out pamphlets about birth control, sexually transmitted diseases and more. Furthermore, we provide free condoms and the day-after pill for those who ask and/or need them. Passes to visit our midwives and doctors at our Maternity Clinic are also handed out. Additionally, any other inquiries concerning alternate contraceptive methods, such as hormone treatments and IUD, are also answered.

Would you like to host a booth at your neighborhood, school or community?

Home visits (See more)

Home visits

In order to bring you information in a personal and effective manner, our promoters can visit you at home, delivering contraceptive methods and/or the morning after pill, completely free of charge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Free Birth Control Methods (See more)

Free Birth Control Methods

Free condoms and contraceptive pills! Intercourse and pregnancy exclusively when I choose to!

Through CASA´s Community Health Program promoters, you can obtain diverse contraceptive methods, whether it be for family planning or for protection from sexually transmitted diseases. Additionally, instruction for their proper use is given.

Contraceptive methods include:

  • Condoms (male and female).
  • Scented condoms
  • Lubricant/lube.
  • Emergency pills.

A further selection of contraceptive methods which require professional aid can be acquired at the CASA clinic.

  • IUD
  • Among those given are: monthly birth control pills
  • contraceptive shots.

Free Advice (See more)

Advice

Our team of professional midwives, as well as our medical experts, such as gynecologists and obstetric nurses can offer advice on any questions you may have.

You can send your questions via email or Facebook, resting easy that the information given back to you will be truthful and sincere. We resolve any inquiries regarding sexuality, while holding all your information confidential.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contact us.

 

Santa Julia #15 Col. Santa Julia. San Miguel de Allende, Gto.

psc@casa.org.mx

Tel. (415) 154 6090 Ext. 107

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Family Planning Warehouse

The family planning warehouses are located in places such as grocery stores, internet cafe, stationery shops, etc. The owners participate as volunteers and receive training on issues cocnerning sexuality and will answer any lingering questions you may have.
At the family planning warehouses you will find contraceptive methods such as regular and scented condoms, morning after pill, lubricants, among others. They all are completely free of charge.

The idea of ​​a Family Planning Warehouse is to have a friendly option where you can receive contraceptives as well as information, all possible thanks to our volunteers.

 

Locate your nearest family planning bodega here..

Testimonial
My name is José Luis Cruz Rosas. I have been a volunteer at CASA A.C for the last 3 years. I have my own business, a stationery store, which is a participating family planning bodega. It is my pleasure to help young people. I am aware of the reality we live in. I feel very comfortable giving back to the community and learning about sexual health issues. I would like to extend an invitation to everyone to come to my business "Papelería La Cruz", at San Luis Potosí Street # 98, Adolfo Lopez Mateos neighborhood and acquire condoms and morning after pills, all free of charge. Volunteer Bodega "Papelería la Cruz" (Stationary Shop “La Cruz”)
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Volunteer Bodega "Papelería la Cruz"
CHP Contact
  • Working hours: 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
  • Address: Santa Julia #15, colonia Santa Julia, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato.
  • Email: psc@casa.org.mx
  • Phone: (415) 15 460 90, ext. 102.
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