Baby Can Wait has been created for you. We know you want straightforward answers to questions about your body, sex, and relationships but don't always know where to go to ask.
We highly recommend you talk to your parents, guardians, or trusted adults. But, if you're not comfortable with that, this site is here to give you some answers to your questions. Pregnancy is a big deal, don't let anybody tell you it's not. So, check out this website to find out more about body development, the locations of health care providers, or straight up learn more about sex and how it can affect your life.
February is Black History Month
Since 1970, Black History Month has been celebrated every February. In 1976, President Gerald Ford urged Americans to "seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history." In honor and appreciation of the African American community, and as we continue to work together as a whole Milwaukee community, it is important that we remind ourselves of the great strides in community health history. This is also an opportunity to reflect on our own goals and visions for a healthier, more just community to motivate our work.
Please click on the link below for a electronic copy of the Let's Talk Month Toolkit or use the field below for a paper copy.
Let's Talk Month Toolkit - English
¡Hablemos! - Espanol
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