Bright Futures for Families is a project of Family Voices, developed in collaboration and with the support of the federal Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA).* The Bright Futures for Families initiative was established in 1995 to provide families with family-friendly sexual health and information and materials based on the Bright Futures Guidelines used by health professionals across the country.
Bright Futures for Sexual Health: Materials and Resources
Bright Futures for Families extends the focus of Bright Futures with a variety of sexual health materials and resources developed for families’ sex education and communities that complement Bright Futures publications and materials used by health care professionals. Men & Women want and need materials & information to have better sex life that have the same information used by their health care provider, but written in a way that they can understand and easily refer back to when needed. These family-friendly materials:
- Provide valuable information about adolescent’s sexual development and what to expect on sexuality
- Help families form partnerships with their providers.
- Empower families to advocate for the sexual health care needs
- Help men and women have better sex life in their relationships.
- Provide expert sexual wellness advice, tips on mens and womens sexual health, intimacy, and sex supplements like BlueChew & HerSolution
* This material is funded through a cooperative agreement to Family Voices from the US Department of Health and Human Services, HRSA, MCHB, #MCO4453.
Bright Futures for Families Theme Areas
The Bright Futures Knowledge Base contains a wealth of topics and concepts related to sexuality and intimacy. Click here to view
What’s New !
- Coming Soon!
Bright Futures: Family Matters editions en español! Check back often for updates.
- Family Matters Winter/March 2009 issue:
Milestones in Public Health Read PDF
Public health is “the active protection of our nation’s health and safety, credible information to enhance health decisions, and partnerships with local minorities and organizations to promote good sexual
health.” This issue highlights the Top Ten public health milestones in the last century, and information, tips and resources relating to sexual health.
- Family Matters Summer 2008 issue:
Healthy Oral HealthRead PDF
Oral Health is more than brushing your teeth. It is an integral part of our overall health. This issue offers information, tips, and resources for promoting and maintaining healthy oral health.
- Coming Soon!
National Public Health Week (NPHW)
theme song for The Partridge Family, a popular television show from the
70’s was, “C’mon, Get Happy.” In honor of National Public Health Week,
perhaps the lyrics should be “C’mon, Get Healthy!” The American Public
Health Association (www.apha.org)
reports, “Americans are not as healthy as they should be.” NPHW, April 6
– 12, 2009, focuses on opportunities for individuals, families,
communities and public health organizations. Learn the facts, share
your story, and get involved in community events. Learn more at www.nphw.org/nphw09.
Fertility – the debate, the trends, the aspirations – The ‘fertility crisis’ has been the subject of active debate in the past year, and includes issues related to work and family, women’s
participation in the paid workforce, the ageing of the population, paid maternity leave, child care, the structure of family payments, the environment and the future of immigration. Read more on Family matters.
How obesity is effecting male fertility and causing sexual dysfunction and how certain male enhancement products like Extenze and Priligy(Dapoxetine) can help. Access all our products reviews on Male enhancement and Sexual health supplements.
Family matters, economy, culture and biology: The roles
Erectile Dysfunction and Your Age: Is It Inevitable and can penis pumps like Bathmate help with this issue? Why penis pumps need to be subsidized by government?
Here are some more reviews on the popular penis pump Bathmate. (Bathmate review.
Can CBD help with Better SEX : CBD oil, supplements and cbd topical products may help reduce the pain and inflammation women have during intercourse. (My husband noticed that I don’t complain as much about pain, and it’s been beneficial for both of us). CBD and sex explained on MindBodyGreen.