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    If you are interested in resources or education for your classroom or organization, we got you covered!  The people and organizations below are part of the Sexual Health Alliance:

Anya Ogilvie | Planned Parenthood of the Heartland 
Email: | Phone: 515.362.8000 Ext. 1553
Counties served:  Linn, Johnson, and surrounding counties
Description of services: Partially CAPP funded.  Works with middle schools, high schools, and at-risk youth and adults.  Topics covered include anatomy, contraceptives, STIs, healthy relationships, consent, LGBTQIA issues, etc.

Kathryn Edel | Johnson County Public Health
Email: | Phone: 319.356.6040
Counties served:  Johnson County
Description of services:  Johnson County Public Health offers sexual health education and prevention services to all individuals who live or work in Johnson County.  Kathryn is available to provide information/education to community organizations, middle school and high school classes, college/university classes or groups, and individuals.  Topics include HIV, viral hepatitis, STIs, substance use/abuse, safer sex negotiations and harm reduction strategies.

Katie Reasner, MPH, CHES® | Linn County Public Health
Email: | Phone: 319.892.6074
Counties served: Linn
Description of services: Former CAPP educator. Available for occasional presentations. Linn County Public Health can assist in connecting with resources and education.

Stanzy Scheetz | United Action for Youth
Email: | Phone: 319.338.7518
Counties served:  Johnson, Cedar, Iowa
Description of services:  CAPP funded.  Works with middle and high school students in school and community settings.  Topics covered include gender identity, sexuality, puberty, teen pregnancy prevention, contraception, STIs, HIV, healthy relationships, communication, and other lessons tailored to the needs of the population.


Welcome! We believe in supporting the community to help empower individuals to make informed decisions regarding their sexual health; and providing age-appropriate, medically accurate and factual sexuality education to all individuals. Our goal is to promote wellness among area adolescents by providing teachers with evidence-based sexual health education, lesson plans and activities, and community resources.

We’ve used CAPP Health Educators, here at Iowa City West High School, for the past seven years.  They are knowledgeable on a wide array of topics and subject matter and do a great job engaging the students.  I highly recommend utilizing them as resources to aid in classroom discussion.  – Kathy Bresnahan, Iowa City West High


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