Along with TFYHI Rio Grande Valley, TFYHI San Antonio also launched the OkaySo App. Youth in care in San Antonio can now download the app and speak directly to TFHYI San Antonio team, Chuck and Eleni. The app is a great way for youth and caregivers to safely and anonymously ask questions about sex and relationships and is a direct on demand virtual link to a well-informed sex educator.
Download the app here.
TFYHI San Antonio held its first stakeholder meeting on May 4th. Nine local agencies attended the meeting where the group discussed region-specific strategies for collaboration, including personal sexual health narratives and their connection to health outcomes for today’s youth. TFYHI San Antonio has engaged the local child welfare court, single-source continuum contractors, and several youth-serving agencies. TFYHI San Antonio learned that centering caregiver-youth relationships is the most effective approach to child wellbeing in the area. Going forward, this group will meet regularly every first Tuesday of the month. Interested in joining us in San Antonio? Please reach out to Chuck Vela at firstname.lastname@example.org.