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'BE PROUD OF YOUR CHOICES' CAMPAIGN

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, CERSH, the SHOUT Working Party and 1800 My Options have developed a sexual health promotion campaign, targeted at young people living in rural/regional Victoria. 

The Be Proud of Your Choices campaign aims to deliver a positive message to young people about taking the time to talk about their contraception and sexual health care needs. The content for this campaign has been developed in consultation with groups of rural young people, facilitated by young people.

The campaign kicked off at the start of July with poster advertising displayed in rural/regional shopping centres across Victoria. A social media campaign, via the 1800 My Options Facebook page, commence in August, using short clips to deliver important information about sexual health check ups.

Rural workers who engage with young people are invited to order FREE campaign packs to promote the message to young people in their community. The packs will include A3 posters (see available designs below) and a supply of condom/lube packs. 

How you can get involved:

  1. Order a 'campaign pack'. There are different versions of the poster available (see below), so choose the most relevant for your setting

  2. If you prefer to print your own posters, they are all available to download below

  3. Go to the 1800 My Options Facebook page and 1800 My Options Instagram Page, follow/like the page and share the campaign posts that will roll out over the next two months

  4. Other ideas for promoting this campaign or need support to engage young people in your area? Get in touch with CERSH

 

CAMPAIGN POSTERS

There are different versions of the poster available depending on your setting and the young people you work with.
You can download the posters directly, or order hardcopies via the form link above.

BE PROUD - BLUE BACKGROUND

BE PROUD - PRIDE COLOURS

BE PROUD - ADD LOCAL SERVICE DETAILS

BE PROUD - SCHOOL NURSE SPECIFIC

 

This is a project by the SHOUT Working Party, which is led by CERSH and Youth Affairs Council Victoria - Rural.

 

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