building a sense of community can be difficult when community services are not relevant or easily accessible to you
As a newcomer youth, your need for culturally relevant sexual health education, services, and programs is not being met. At Planned Parenthood Toronto, we are working to change that. We are committed to providing sexual health programming that respects your knowledge, values, and experiences around sexual health and healthy relationships.
Self-Esteem Health Appreciation Respect Project (SHARP)
Through our Self-Esteem Health Appreciation Project (SHARP), we can train you to engage your peers in conversations about sexual health, build their knowledge, and foster community.
For more information about SHARP call 416-961-0113 ext. 155 or email email@example.com.
Supporting Newcomer Access Project (SNAP)
Peer-Based Sexual Health Education for Newcomer Youth
What is SNAP?
Supporting Newcomer Access Project (SNAP) is a peer sexual health education and leadership project for newcomer youth in Toronto. We train newcomer youth in the city to become sexual health educators who then make and lead workshops all around the city. All of our workshops are free.
SNAP Activity Book
Thoughts on… sexuality, relationships and consent. This zine was created as a part of the 2017-18 Supporting Newcomer Access Project (SNAP) at Planned Parenthood Toronto (PPT). A huge thank you to the SNAP volunteers who put so much thought, care and dedication into this project, and to the newcomer youth artists who contributed such impactful works to this zine.
This sexual health activity book was created as part of the Supporting Newcomer Access Project (SNAP) at Planned Parenthood Toronto. The ideas and images for this book were created and made by SNAP volunteers during our 2015-2016 cycle of the program. We wanted learning about sex and relationships to be fun, simple and accessible, and so came up with the idea for a sexual health activity book.
We will be recruiting new volunteers in fall 2017. Application details will be posted here and on our volunteering page as soon as they are available
I am a service provider that works with newcomer youth, how can I get SNAP to come in to do a free workshop for us?
SNAP will be training new volunteers in fall 2017, and they will be ready to facilitate workshops in early 2018. We would love to come to your space and provide our free workshops in 2018! Please contact Cheryl to find out more about booking workshops at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 416-961-0113 ext. 127.
*we define a Newcomer as anyone who is not born in Canada
The SNAP Map was created by Newcomer Youth participating in SNAP. Click on it for the pdf version.