County Directory of Information & Services | Public Alerts | Public Information | County Contact Information




Sexually Transmitted Disease Program

   

Sexually Transmitted Disease Program


        
Sexually Transmitted Disease Program - Resources for Schools


Resources for Schools


Studies show that adolescents are at very high risk for STD infection. Female teenagers are more susceptible to STDs due to having an immature cervix, a condition known as ectopy. As a result, there are high rates of chlamydia and gonorrhea among this population. Other reasons for the high prevalence of STDs among teenagers include, but are not limited to, lack of information, lack of insurance or other ability to pay for services, transportation issues, discomfort with facilities, concerns about confidentiality, unprotected intercourse, and substance use.

School-based programs that incorporate STD education into their curriculum help increase STD awareness among students. The STD Program offers several resources to schools to help with their STD education and prevention efforts. Resources include general STD information, technical assistance in the form of curriculum and presentation development, staff trainings, presentations for students, free literature, audiovisual materials, free condoms for individuals and schools,  and more.

We also offer free materials, including posters, postcards, palmcards, and other materials related to our "I Know" Chlamydia and Gonorrhea testing social marketing campaign. Call 213-744-3085 for more information.

Links and Resources


For information on free and low cost STD testing and treatment services in Los Angeles County, call the STD Hotline at 1-800-758-0880 or visit our STD Testing & Services section.

 

Tell Your Partners


In Los Angeles, there's an easy way to tell your sex partners you have an STD or HIV. Send them a free inSPOTLA ecard, ANONYMOUSLY or from your email address, right here.

STD Program Hotline
1-800-758-0880

STD information and referrals to STD clinics and HIV test sites in LA County.

Automated, 24 hours
Health Educators available M-F 9am - 5pm (PST) in English and Spanish.
Home  |
Sexually Transmitted Disease
Public Health
LA County
  Careers  |   DPH Programs  |   Email: Webmaster  | Notice of Privacy Practices | 
English
Spanish
  Website Privacy Policy  |   Language  |   Accessibility  |   Disclaimer |   Employee  |
Admin Use
Outlook E-mail
DPH Intranet (At Work)
DHS Intranet
 
Los Angeles County Seal: Enriching lives through effective and caring services