The Sexual Health Out and About (SHOUT) initiative has been developed by the CERSH as a resource for workers who recognise the importance of positive sexual health messages and access to means of prevention of STIs for rural young people.
About the SHOUT Working Party
The SHOUT Working Party is a joint project between CERSH and the Youth Affairs Council Victoria.
To date there are over 30 organisations and services across rural Victoria represented on the working party. If you are interested in joining, please read the Terms of Reference below and contact SHOUT for further details.
Feature Campaigns and Resources
SHOUT aims to increase awareness and health literacy around sexually transmissible infections (STIs). Here you will find information, fact sheets and resources from Government departments and peak sexual health organisations.
SHOUT aims to improve access to both condoms and STI testing for rural young people. Here you will find information on SHOUT's condom programs and STI testing resources.
SHOUT helps in developing projects and campaigns for rural young people with consultation from rural workers, community-based organisations and young people. Discover more about our current campaigns here.
Engage Young People
SHOUT aims to provide simple and practical ways to foster young people’s involvement, to listen to their perspectives and experiences and to be guided by them in ways to improve sexual health information, resources and supports. Find out how SHOUT engages young people here.