Our mission is to reduce teen and unplanned pregnancy in San Antonio and Texas in order to support the development of strong families and positively impact the future of our community.
Healthy Futures promotes and provides the strategies that work to prevent teen and unplanned pregnancy in San Antonio and Texas by:
- Bringing the best of science-based approaches to empower parents, teens, and young adults; and
- Developing a common-ground approach that the community can support.
We work in community colleges and universities in Austin, San Antonio, and the Rio Grande Valley.
BAE-B-SAFE helps students prevent unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. Students are also connected to healthcare providers in their community.
BAE-B-SAFE is committed to preparing and connecting students with the resources they need to be empowered about their sexual health.
For more information:
Kelsey Olson, Program Manager
The Big Decisions curriculum is designed to help young people make healthy and informed decisions about sex and relationships. Authored by Healthy Futures of Texas founder Dr. Janet Realini, it's approved for use in more than 40 Texas school districts and contains 10 easy-to-use lessons.
Big Decisions is designed to vigorously—and effectively—encourage young people to postpone sexual involvement. It provides guidance and information young people need to reduce their risks when they do become sexually active.
- Age-appropriate for 8th-12th grade students
- Medically accurate and up-to-date
- Conforms to Texas law (TEC §28.004)
- Values neutral, inclusive, and trauma-informed
No cost to non-profit agencies.
|Monday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
The Youth Advocacy Council (YAC) is a youth development program that empowers San Antonio area teens to become leaders of change in their community through civic participation at local and state levels. Healthy Futures of Texas engages high school-age youth in outreach, education, and advocacy to increase access to evidence-based sexual health education and to teen-friendly preventive healthcare.
The Youth Advocacy Council is a proud member of the Texas Youth Action Network, a project of DSHS through Texas A&M University.
For more information, or to apply, click here.