Stay Up To Date with TeenSource!

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In response to some feedback from you all, we are changing the name of our text messaging program to TeenSource Tips! If you already subscribe, you will see that the messages now come from “TeenSource”. If you have not signed up yet, text the word “TeenSource” to 877877 to get weekly tips straight to your phone! And, if you are interested in staying up to date with TeenSource or getting move involved, check out these ideas!

  1. Learn what TeenSource has to offer!

In addition to the weekly text messages, you can also find a clinic near you, find FREE condoms, learn about your rights, and more! Check out TeenSource for everything we have to offer.

  1. Get involved with the TeenSource Instagram

If you are not already, be sure to follow TeenSource on Insagram (@teensourceorg) for memes, information, announcements, and AMAs! Already follow us? Like, share, and comment to spread the TeenSource love!

  1. Join the TeenSource Task Force

The TeenSource Task Force is a collection of California Teens who are selected to support the work of TeenSource by providing as needed support through things like writing blogs, completing surveys, and giving feedback. To join the TeenSource Task Force, email us your name, age, city, grade, and school to

  1. Write a blog for TeenSource

Interested in sharing what you know about sexual and reproductive health? Write a blog for TeenSource! Check out our blog section for examples. Blogs can be about birth control, STDs, healthy relationships, talking to your family, LGBTQ+ info, and more! Blogs should be about a page long and link back to TeenSource.  For more information or to submit a completed blog, email!

  1. Spread the word!

Possibly the easiest way to get more involved is to tell someone else about TeenSource! Share a text tip that you think they might enjoy, share our Instagram posts, or just tell a friend about TeenSource!

  1. Register + Vote!

If you are old enough and able, make sure you use your voice and VOTE! It is not too late to register. If you are not able to vote, learn about the issues on the ballot and make sure you talk to your friends and family about their plan to vote.