Amplify brings organizations working in youth sexual health together to reach our shared goals more effectively. We provide support for sex education implementation and expansion, educator training, professional development opportunities, and collect data on public perception and teen birth rates.Learn More
Our entire community is a part of this conversation.
Expanding sex education for Oklahoma youth.
Sex education within our community.
"For youth advocates in Tulsa, promoting health is more than preventing pregnancy."
"I love empowering youth to make healthy decisions and pushing for more inclusive curricula."
"My favorite part of working in teen pregnancy prevention is the daily opportunity to empower young people to become advocates for their own sexual health."
"I love working in this field because we get to talk with young people about a topic most people won't discuss with them. I love giving them space to speak their minds free of judgement and empower them to make healthy decisions."
"I am a proud partner of Amplify. The collaborative efforts happening in Tulsa empowers young people to take control of their sexual health without judgement or shame."
TPS students received sex education in 2018 - 2019
Decrease in Tulsa County teen birth rate from 2008 - 2018
Certifications were earned from participants in Amplify 2019 trainings
of Tulsans support sex education implementation in TPS
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“Data show youth in Tulsa increasingly choose to make healthy decisions about their future. We are excited to work with partner organizations to continue this path with the expansion of sex education, contraceptive access, and community wide knowledge on youth sexual health. There is no state mandate or funding for sex education. We rely on the generosity of our funders and individual donors to continue our work. We hope you will join us on our mission to expand opportunity to youth in Oklahoma.”