RHEP Foster Youth

The California Foster Youth Sexual Health Education Act, Senate Bill 89, passed in 2017, mandated that all child welfare caseworkers receive training on sexual and reproductive wellness for youth in foster care that includes information on the rights of youth to education and care, the duties of the child welfare agency and caseworker to support access, a review of basic services available, and guidance and support on how to engage and talk with youth about healthy sexual development in a way that is medically accurate, age appropriate, strengths based and trauma informed. The trainings on this page support compliance with this mandate and/or address other sexual and reproductive health topics that caseworkers frequently ask about.
  • For online video-based curriculum for sexual and reproductive wellness in foster care (SB89), click here.
  • For classroom curriculum for sexual and reproductive wellness in foster care, click here.
  • To view a curriculum for resource family pre-approval training to empower caregivers to support foster youth with their sexual and reproductive wellness,  click here.
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