The objective of the Community Health Program (PSC) is to provide information to the population, especially young people, about their sexual and reproductive rights with a reproductive justice approach by taking sexual education to multiple places such as: schools of all educational levels, businesses, communities, and rehabilitation centers among others.
The LHP team is made up of young people who use a variety of methods to approach the youth population in the communities and colonies. The team provides them with appropriate information about sexuality and access to sexual and reproductive health services.
Our main activity is to provide educational workshops, cultural and art activities, recreational activities, video presentations, information campaigns, among others. We provide free contraceptive methods, as well as information brochures and educational materials to the young population and women of San Miguel de Allende and its surrounding cities.
Sex Education Workshops
The aim of sex education is to help give boys and girls the basic knowledge to make informed and independant decisions such as:
Resolving their concerns, learning to know and accept each other, and understanding that by relating they have the capacity to express their desires, respect eachother’s sexual diversity and establish respectful relationships..
The program also Offers interventions in school spaces and orientations for teachers, and parents.
Free Contraceptive Methods
Getting a condom is super easy!
With the promoters of CASA’s Community Health Program communities receive a proactive method for planning families, taking care of sexually transmitted infections, as well as advice for correct use of contraceptives.
We’re counting on:
Scented condoms ( strawberry, Chocolate )
- Male condom.
- Female Condom
- Scented condom ( strawberry, Chocolate )
- Emergency Pill.
And at the CASA women can get other professional delivered methods:
- 28-day monthly contraceptive pill.
- Birth control injection
On a regular basis, our promoters, professional midwives, doctors and volunteers set up information tables in public places such as parks, squares and schools, offering reliable resources that provide information in a relaxed and fun atmosphere on topics related to sexual health.
The CASA team is available to answer questions, break down myths and misconceptions; provide verbal and written information about our services. You can get educational brochures on birth control, sexually transmitted diseases and more.
Communities will also be able to obtain free condoms and the next day’s pill for the entire population. Individuals can also participate through passes for consultations with our midwives and doctors at the CASA Maternity Clinic.
We have advice from health promoters, professional midwives and a team of specialists such as gynaecologists.
Family Planning Stands
Family planning stands 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 shops 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 stand is to have a friendly option where you can receive condoms and information thanks to the volunteers.
You are 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.
Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Santa Julia #15, Col. Santa Julia, San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato
(415) 15 460 90, ext. 107.
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”