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WeCanStopSTDsLA is a movement that brings together people and organizations who live, work, serve and worship in the South Los Angeles area of LA County Supervisorial District 2 (D2 South LA) with the goal of reducing the high rates of sexually transmitted disease (STD) in our communities.
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2017 Highlights


Engaging with our communities--including policymakers, faith leaders, providers, students, teachers, parents and even local businesses (window decal sign, right) --WeCanStopSTDsLA brings communities together to talk about STDs. See some of what happened in 2017 in this brief overview. 


FREE Download! Updated Pocket Guide to Sex Health Services

The Free Pocket Guide to Sexual Health Services and Clinics in South LA is available online right now!  

Download now to find youth-friendly clinics and services along with information about youth rights and confidentiality and other helpful information. Printed versions coming in 2018. 



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    East Los High

    East Los High features various sexual health topics from pregnancy and STD testing to condom usage. How do you know if you have an STD? Watch this short video to learn more and follow WeCanStopSTDsLA on YouTube for other East Los High clips. Catch all four seasons of East Los High only on or go to

    Get tested at an STD testing and treatment clinic near you. Find one here.




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