Planned Parenthood

Arizona

Programs for Parents...and Teens

NEW for Let's Talk Month! A guide for using TV to Talk with Your Children about Sex.

 

Planned Parenthood Arizona is proud to offer workshops and resources for parents to help open up dialogue with their children around sexuality and sexual health.
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We are all about encouraging parents to talk to their teens, and teens to talk to their parents, about sexual health.Recognizing that parents are the adults that teens most look to for information and support, it is important for this family dialogue to be open and honest. And, the dialogue around sexual health doesn't need to start when children are teens...helping children understand their bodies, building positive self-image, sharing the values of a healthy relationship and empowering children to express when their bodies have been violated...all of these topics are part of the lifelong conversation parents have with their children. 

 

  • Here are some helpful tools for parents and teens online.
  • We have a helpful resource list for finding tools and information to help parents with all kinds of topics here.  

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Throughout the year, parents are encouraged to start having an open dialogue with their children about sex, sexual health and sexuality.

We are hosting workshops, led by one of our sexuality education experts to help you start this conversation:

Parent and Teen Night, co-sponsored with the Creighton School District- Wednesday, May 6, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m., Larry C. Kennedy School, 2702 E. Osborn Road, Phoenix . RSVP required, email: cyoung@creightonschools.org or call: 602-381-6036. More information

 


 Be Healthy, Be Safe, Be You! is a multi-month campaign that helps young people, with the support of the adults in their lives, make healthy and safe decisions when it comes to their sexual health. The campaign runs August 2014 through December 2014. Get more information and details on special promotions here

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Programs for Parents...and Teens