About us

The objective of the Community Health Program (PSC) is to provide information to the public and especially to young people regarding their sexual and reproductive rights. Through a reproductive justice approach and sex education, CASA counselors teach all educational levels at multiple locations. They present information at schools, businesses, in multiple communities, and rehabilitation centers,etc..

The LHP team is composed of young people who utilize a variety of teaching methods. Their approach focuses on the youth population in the communities and colonies. The team provides participants with appropriate information about sexuality as well as access to sexual and reproductive health services.

The team provides educational workshops, cultural and art events, recreational activities, video projections, information campaigns, among, etc.. We provide free contraceptives, as well as informative brochures and educational material to both adult women and youth.

Sex Education Workshops

Sex education gives both boys and girls the necessary knowledge to make free and informed decisions about their sexuality. Responding to their concerns, educators teach the participants to know and accept each other. The youth are taught to relate to each other and express their sexuality while fostering respectful relationships.

We offer group education in school and non-school settings such as businesses, guidance offices, and parental groups.

Free Contraceptive Methods

Getting a condom is super easy!

Through CASA’s Community Health Program, you can obtain contraceptive methods that prevent unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. You will also receive accurate advice on the correct use of contraceptive methods such as:

  • Male condoms
  • Female condoms
  • Scented condoms (strawberry and chocolate)
  • Lubricants
  • Emergency Pill to prevent pregnancy
  • Other methods that require a clinical appointment and professional placement such as:
  • Copper DIU
  • Silver DIU
  • Subdermal implant
  • Monthly injection

Information Tables

Regularly, our promoters, professional midwives, doctors, and volunteers set up information tables in public places such as parks, plazas, schools, etc.. These people offer reliable resources and provide information about sexual health in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.

The trained PSC team will answer your questions, respond to your concerns and dispel myths, and misbeliefs. They provide information about our services as well as printed material such as informative brochures re. birth control, sexually transmitted infections, contraceptive methods, the emergency pill, etc..

The team distributes free condoms, the morning-after pill, and passes for consultations with our midwives and doctors at CASA’s Maternity Clinic.

Free Medical Advice

Our team of sex educators, health promoters, professional midwives, specialists and gynecologists are available to discuss sexuality.

The information provided to you by our team is based on current science. We endeavor to distribute non- prejudicial information. The client’s information is completely confidential. We encourage you to write your questions/concerns on our social network such as Facebook, Instagram, or email.

Family Planning Warehouses

Family planning warehouses are located in places such as grocery stores, internet cafes, stationery stores, etc.

The owners participate as volunteers and receive training on sexuality issues and will answer any questions you may have. In the planning cellars you will find contraceptive methods such as natural and flavored condoms, the emergency pill, and lubricants. All of them are totally free.

The idea of a Family Planning Warehouse is to have a friendly option where you can receive condoms and information thanks to the volunteers.

Welcome to

Write your doubts to our social networks Facebook or Email, the information provided by our promoters is totally true, we solve doubts about your sexuality, all the information you provide is totally confidential.

Testimonials

I feel very happy every time a young man comes for a haircut with the purpose of asking me for a condom, or when a gentleman after finishing the beard trimming asks me for condoms for his son who is sorry to ask for them, knowing that I am helping the boys and girls to take care of themselves is something that motivates me to continue as a volunteer.

I also want to thank CASA for the opportunity to experience the birth of my first child for free. It was the best experience of my life to see my first child born. So, cheer up, I’m Omar, I’m 25 years old and I’m waiting for you in my Bodega “Rollalty Barber Shop”

PSC Contact

PSC schedule:

Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Address:
Santa Julia #15, Col. Santa Julia, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato.

Email:
psc@casa.org.mx

Phone:
(415) 15 460 90, ext. 107.