Sexual Health

Agencies:
 
Hyacinth AIDS Foundation: offers a set of core services based on researched best practices to ensure that people are able to live a quality life with HIV or never acquire HIV. Furthermore, our public policy works to ensure that New Jersey's public health response to AIDS provides for the best science has to offer and meets the needs of New Jerseyans living with HIV/AIDS.  Services include testing, counseling, outreach, treatment and wellness groups. WEBSITE
 
Local Support Groups:
 
Children's Home Society: Provides services for pregnant teens and young parents. 609-695-6274WEBSITE
 
HiTOPS: HiTOPS helps adolescents clarify their values and make responsible decisions regarding their health and actions, and gives parents, teachers and caregivers of adolescents the tools they need to best support and guide the young people they nurture. 609-683-5155 WEBSITE
 
NJ AIDS/STD Hotline: Information and referral on AIDS/STDs.  Counseling and treatment information. 1-800-624-2377 or (24hrs) 973-926-8008.
 
Planned Parenthood: Provides up to date information regarding sexual health and relationships 1-800-230-7526 WEBSITE
 
Pregnancy Help Center: 24 hrs. 1-877-990-4673 WEBSITE
 
Pregnancy Hotline NJ: Free, 24 hr. confidential information for pregnant women regarding pregnancy, testing, adoption, legal assistance, baby clothes, formula and shelters for women. 1-800-848-5683WEBSITE
 
TEEN AIDSline NJ: Provides information and referrals to teens regarding HIV/AIDS and related issues. Confidential 1-800-618-8336
 
Resources:
 
Advocates for Youth: Efforts to help young people make informed and responsible decisions about their reproductive and sexual health. Advocates believes it can best serve the field by boldly advocating for a more positive and realistic approach to adolescent sexual health. Information for both parents and teens.WEBSITE
 
ASHA's STI Resource Center: Emotional support and education for persons with herpes and other sexually transmitted infections. 919-361-8486 WEBSITE
 
CDC National Prevention Information Network: Provides information on resources, educational materials, sexually transmitted diseases. 1-800-458-5231 WEBSITE
 
Family Helpline NJ: 24 hr. confidential and untraceable help for pregnant teens to talk about all the options available. 1-800-843-5437 WEBSITE
 
National Hispanic Prenatal Helpline: Provides health information on pregnancy, referral to healthcare centers and doctors. 1-866-783-2645 WEBSITE
 
Sex, Etc.: Sex education for teens, by teens. WEBSITE