The Canadian Guidelines for Sexual Health Education emphasize that all Canadians have a right to accessible sexuality education.1 High risk youth, such as street involved youth, do not always have access to sexuality education. “Many street-involved youth are not in school and do not have access to school-based sexual health education. They often experience significant barriers to health care and other supports. Community-based organizations may be the only available and accessible source of sexual health education for street-involved and vulnerably-housed people. People who use drugs and sex workers may avoid contact with traditional service agencies for fear of judgment.” (1, p.79) It is important for service providers working with high risk youth to provide ongoing sexuality education and support.