Sex Ed Equity (S.E.E.) Project

Who We Are

The Sex Ed Equity (S.E.E.) Project is a program designed to help families share their values, create a family bond, and talk about the tough stuff – including sexual health and healthy relationships. Through the Linking Families and Teens (LiFT) program curriculum, teens (ages 13-19) are able to establish trust with their supportive adult* which allows them to get the support they need to make healthy choices and achieve their goals including: decreased rates of unwanted pregnancy, STIs, depression, drug and alcohol use; and increased school success. 

The main goals of the program are:

  • Increase the frequency and quality of communication about sexuality between teens and their supportive adults
  • Enhance the relationship between teens and their supportive adults
  • Increase teen confidence to prevent unwanted pregnancy
  • Increase supportive adults’ comfort with their youth receiving sexual health services 
  • Decrease unplanned teen pregnancy

*Supportive adults can include a biological parent, foster parent, caregiver, grandparent, aunt or uncle, or another important adult in the life of that teen.


Monika Gracian Director of Program Services

Karen Alameddine Education and Outreach Coordinator