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Saskatoon Sexual Health is moving in with our non-profit best buds, OUTSaskatoon! But... we need the help of this amazing community to help us with our move. We are asking for help fundraising $50,000 to get us over and settled in to the new digs, which will help us improve and expand the many clinical and education services we are already offering! Check out some of the media coverage of these announcements to learn more!
Among the messages behind this year’s march were reproductive and bodily autonomy, ending gender-based violence and providing comprehensive sexual health education.
Khan said he’s worried by a newer trend driving syphilis infections: sex fuelled by crystal meth.
“People can live with the virus, but they can’t live with the stigma and the discrimination.”
Sexual health advocates say comprehensive, inclusive sexual health education has a role to play in bringing down violence rates in Saskatchewan.
Doctors questioned Jim Reiter about what's being done to combat STI outbreaks and high teen pregnancy rates.
A clinic that acts as a catch-all for reproductive health services in Saskatoon says it has a plan to expand after having to turn away more than 400 people last year.
More than 3,500 people accessed the SSH’s services last year, nearly double the 2,000 the SSH helped in 2014.
The non-profit organization is launching a fundraising campaign to move to a larger location after having to recently turn away clients.