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Rose-therapy-BP.jpgWe need a society where every child can get basic sexuality information and every health care provider is trained to address sexuality as part of their practice.  This is where you can help.  As you consider your year-end giving, please give generously to PHS. 

We recognize that giving at this time is not easy and many institutions need help.  It is imperative we recognize that sexual health is fundamental to overall health and well-being.  Your new donations to PHS will help us maintain our excellent services and prepare the next generation of sexual health professionals.  Your generous gift can

● Help ensure that patients in need of services get treatment.

● Provide essential funding to defray the costs of our programs - relationship and sex therapy, compulsive sexual behavior, sexual offender treatment, transgender health services, medical school education, fellowship training, and seed funding for new research.  

● Help provide new services for children and adolescents.

● Help build our faculty support and appreciation fund so that we can reward overworked and underpaid faculty and staff.

Your past gifts have been essential to our work.  With your sustaining support, PHS will continue to lead the way in promoting a sexually healthier society.  Give today.  You might consider one of our existing funds listed below, designate your gift to a particular cause, or leave it up to us to utilize your gift where it is most needed.  A donation to PHS is a great holiday gift to honor your friends and family.

Ashley Rukes Transgender Health Fund
Supports transgender health services for the uninsured

Chair in Sexual Health
Allows PHS to attract, retain, and support top faculty in the field of sexual health.

Doug Braun-Harvey Human Sexuality Program Support Fund
Doug Braun-Harvey, on the occasion of his birthday, set up a fund that would help the mission of the Program in Human Sexuality. The intent is to grow this fund over the years and in collaboration with the Chair in Sexual Health designate these funds for specific mission-based needs.

Program in Human Sexuality Faculty Appreciation and Research Fund
Provides support for PHS faculty and their projects in research, education, and clinical service.

Program in Human Sexuality General Fund
The general fund provides unrestricted support where is it most needed.

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About this Entry

This page contains a single entry by PHS published on November 19, 2009 11:34 PM.

New APA Report of the Task Force on Gender Identity and Gender Variance was the previous entry in this blog.

Opening Pandora's Box: Somali Women, Sexuality, and HIV/STD Prevention is the next entry in this blog.

Find recent content on the main index or look in the archives to find all content.