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.