Contact us for program information and registration at (208) 893.6354
Sex & Responsibility
Our educational programs are intended to help parents talk to their teens about the sensitive issues of sexual health, while conveying the importance of sexual health and the prevention of unintended pregnancies and disease. Our Sex & Responsibility class teaches teens (ages 13-18) and their parents about topics such as abstinence planning, birth control methods, sexually transmitted infections, and drug/alcohol abuse.
These classes are offered as an all-day (9:30A to 3:00P) Saturday workshop to accommodate busy schedules. Home classes are available, see below for details.
Cost: $75 for teen and parent, $25 per additional child or parent.
Workshop fee includes snack, lunch, and drinks.
Scholarships are available to assist families with class fees.
Dates and Location to be announced
Sexuality Education Classes at Your Location
We can also provide these classes in schools, community centers, places of worship, or in participant's homes, using the same teen/parent curriculum and supplemental materials as our on-site classes. These are excellent for neighbors, friends, family, congregations, or other social groups with children who may feel more comfortable in a familiar environment with people they know. A minimum of six families is required.
Youth in the Know
Youth in the Know (YITK) invites teens 13-18 years of age to participate in a FREE 6-week group education session.
Graduates of YITK are certified peer mentors and leaders; trained to provide information and assist their friends and peers through life's challenges. Educational sessions address sexual health and responsibility and include:
Values, influences and peer pressure
Gender roles and stereotypes
Anatomy and physiology
Myths and facts about sex
Communication and decision-making
Relationship safety and recognizing abuse
Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) and other challenges teens face
Through YITK, teens can work together to have their voices heard and become advocates for change! Why Join?
Gain skills to talk with peers about issues important to you.
Looks GREAT on your college application.
Free food and fun!
Great way to meet people and make friends.
For more information & meeting locations, please call 208-893.6354.
YITK is a community partnership with Idaho educators from Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest, Allies Linked for the Prevention of HIV AIDS (a.l.p.h.a), Central District Health Department, and HIV Services. The six-week training is offered in both Boise and Caldwell and is funded through a grant from The Educational Foundation of America and The Idaho Community Foundation.