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National Coalition for Sexual Health
The National Coalition for Sexual Health (NCSH) aims to improve sexual health and well-being by encouraging productive and sustained conversations about sexual health and promoting high quality sexual health information and health services. Established in 2012, the Coalition is managed by Partnership for Prevention in cooperation with the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, Center of Excellence for Sexual Health at Morehouse School of Medicine, The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable, and Project Inform.


The Coalition aims to make sexual health a common part of our national discourse and promote high quality sexual health care services.  The Coalition will bring together organizations and individuals who have a stake in not just advancing sexual health, but in advancing the overall health of our nation. Health care providers, consumer and advocacy groups, health organizations, businesses, media, faith-based organizations, educators, and the public health community will be invited to participate and to engage in joint action.

Visit www.nationalcoalitionforsexualhealth.org to learn more about the NCSH.

Coalition Documents

To learn more about the coalition's activities, action groups, and membership policies, please see the attached documents:


Our Goals

Members of the Coalition will work together to achieve the following goals:      

  • Promote awareness and acceptance of sexual health as a core element of overall health and well-being across the lifespan.
  • Encourage and normalize open dialogue about sexual health between partners, parents and children, healthcare providers and patients, and within communities.
  • Empower individuals to protect and enhance their own personal sexual health and well-being, while respecting the health and decisions of others.
  • Encourage a wide variety of organizations to embrace positive and effective approaches to sexual health and well-being, based on the best available science.
  • Encourage and enable health care providers and patients to have conversations about sexual health and to utilize evidence-based sexual health services.

Additional Information

If you are interested in joining the National Coalition for Sexual Health or would like additional information, please contact: Partnership for Prevention, email at ncsh@prevent.org, 202-375-7805.