Ask a Question

 

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Welcome to our virtual education center, where you’ll find information and resources for reproductive health and mental well-being.

Our virtual educator service offers you the following:

Anonymity. We know it’s hard to talk about these issues, and we want to honor your privacy.  We offer a confidential service that will protect your identity.

Safe spaces, free of blame/shame. We’re so glad you’re reaching out! It is natural to have questions about sex and sexual violence. You have a unique story with unique circumstances, and we won’t make assumptions or judgements.

Honors faith and cultural values. Mainstream health education does not consider the faith-based and cultural values that may be important to you, your family,and community. We make every effort to offer accurate, nuanced information and guidance.

Empowerment, inspiration, & critical thinking. True change and empowered decision-making cannot be controlled or dictated. We hope to offer you the tools and support you need to feel personal agency with respect to your reproductive and mental health needs.

Explore our counselors’ bios and areas of expertise by clicking on the topic that you have a question about. Feel free to reach out to any of them depending on your current needs. We’ll work with you make you feel empowered and improve your overall health and well-being.

Sexual Assault

Do you have a question on sexual assault? Ask one of our trained advocates today.

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Therapy and Counseling 

Are you struggling with a question that you might ask a therapist or counselor? The staff below have various levels of training, from trained advocates to licensed therapists.

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Sexual Health 

Do you have a question about your sexual and reproductive health? Speak to one of our educators below, who have been working for years in the sexual and reproductive health field.

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Medical Professional

Do you have a question that you prefer to ask a medical professional? We have a student Physician Assistant on staff with us, as well as a number of physicians and gynecologists that we can consult.

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Self Esteem & Body Image

Are you struggling with self esteem or body image? Consider talking to these young women below.

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  One Response to “Ask a Question”

  1. Hello!

    My name is Raven and I am currently working at the AIDS Foundation of Chicago as the Communications and Community Engagement Coordinator and I am reaching out in hopes to connect with someone from your organization to talk more in depth about the work that you all do. I am interested in connecting with other women who are passionate about sex education and to find people to build up my network. If you think that anyone would be willing to speak with me, please feel free to send me an email!

    Warm regards,
    Raven Feagins

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