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SERC is looking for new Board Members! 

SERC is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, who are responsible for the setting and monitoring of the mission, values, beliefs and strategic directions of the organization as they are implemented by the Executive Director. The Board also establishes organizational policies and positions of the organization on a variety of areas that are congruent with our mission, values, and belief statements. We are looking for folks who are reflective of… Read More

Sexual Relationship Check-In

Myself – Ask yourself: Do I know why I want to have sex? Am I doing this for me? Do I agree with what is going on? Do I feel respected and cared for? Does this feel right to me? Do I want to take this next step? My Partner(s) – Ask yourself: Can we… Read More

Executive Director Blog: There are no wrong questions

Nicole Chammartin is the Executive Director of Klinic and SERC. The work of these organizations focuses on; health, community development, mental health, sexuality, equity, and social justice. In this blog Nicole writes about the important work of these organizations, leadership, and the larger world of community and sexual health. There are a few jobs in… Read More

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SRH Week: Feb 11 – 15, 2019

January 10, 2019

Sexual and Reproductive Health Awareness Week (SRH Week) 2019 is just around the corner! This year, it will take place from February 11-15 with the theme: Sexual health at all ages. Sexuality and sexual health are integral to wellbeing throughout our lives. Everyone, no matter the age, is entitled to affirming health care, and that… Read More

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#SRH2019 Blog: Sexuality and Aging

February 12, 2019

Written by Linda Plenert, retired SERC staff My involvement with SERC and sexuality education goes back 30+ years.  During that time I witnessed a shift in attitudes regarding sexuality and aging. Researchers and sexual health professionals began acknowledging that seniors were not only still having sex with long term partners, many were entering into new… Read More