Sex Education Program
L’Anonyme offers activities on prevention and sex education in order to promote the adoption of safe sexual behaviours and the development of a critical mind, encouraging healthy and equal relationships. A team of project managers in Sexology visit community organizations, schools and institutions to deliver the different workshops.
Satellite Project – The prevention and intervention among young people between the ages of 12 and 25, who are victims or at risk of becoming victims of sexual exploitation through educational and interactive workshops facilitated by a sexologist.
Subjects discussed: equal relationships, sexual consent, and sexual exploitation.
MOUVE Project – In collaboration with peer helpers, the project offers culturally appropriate HIV and other STBIs prevention services to the young people aged from 12 to 35 years old from Caribbean and sub-Saharan African communities.
Subjects discussed: STBIs and STBIs screening, different beliefs about sexuality. Workshops are available as from April 2018.
Prop’Ages Project – Support to seniors aged 55 and older that are living in a precarious and/or vulnerable situation, and promoting the adoption of safe sex and pro-social behaviours regarding their sexuality and intimate relationships.
Subject discussed: sexuality and aging, relationship dynamics, sexual consent; and myths and prejudices.
Spheres Project – Offers support to 150 sexually exploited children to help them escape the cycle of prostitution. The project is located in the Greater Montréal area. The goal is to build a continuum of integrated services intended for young people, their parents and the workers. To carry out this project, the work and expertise of the following partners were necessary: CIUSSS CSIM, CIUSSS ODIM, En Marge 12-17, L’Anonyme and the SPVM.
*The program is made possible thanks to the financial contributions of the Public Health Agency of Canada, “Québec ami des aînés” of the Ministry of Family, the Department of Public Safety, the National Crime Prevention Centre and the Fondation Jeunes en tête.