Talk About it Texas offers a wide variety of programs.

Our programs work alongside youth-serving professionals and are able to deliver many different curricula to fit the needs of youth in different communities.

Our programs are fun, and engaging, and focus on creating an environment safe and inclusive for all who join.


Our trained facilitators are available to implement programming at schools and community-based organizations in some communities across Texas. Our programs include puberty education for middle school students and sex education for junior high schoolers and high schoolers. We also have programs for young adults, parents, and caregivers.

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Higher Education Programs

Our Talk About it Campus Conversations supports young adults in community colleges and university campuses in Austin, San Antonio, and the Rio Grande Valley. Our work aims to prevent unplanned pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections through education programs and referrals to youth-friendly clinics and resources to support educational success and student retention in higher education settings.


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Youth in Care

We partner with UT Austin’s Texas Institute for Child and Family Wellbeing  Foster Youth and The Center on this programming that promotes connectivity, safety and empowerment amongst our youth participants. Our program has been developed through a trauma-informed lens for youth to practice strategies for healthy communication and consent, to get information about sexual health and pregnancy prevention, and learn about accessing sexual and reproductive health services.

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Faith & Communities

Our BRI.A “Brillante Amor” program works to support young people by working alongside youth-serving and faith communities across Texas. BRI.A strives to support youth in teaching about healthy relationships, boundary and goal setting, healthy communication techniques, and sexual and reproductive health education. We also provide and support youth serving professionals through training and workshops.

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