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Run by teens, for teens. 

Getting the information you need about sexual and reproductive health care can be difficult when you’re a teenager. Planned Parenthood and the peer educators of teenREACH are here to help. If you're a high school student between the ages of 14-19, RSVP now to participate in open conversations on topics like birth control options, preventing STDs, and healthy relationships.

Upcoming sessions:

Birth Control Options: We’ve got you covered
Saturday, February 8th
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Condoms and other kinds of birth control help you stay healthy and pregnancy-free. Join us at TeenTalk on Feb. 8 to learn about comprehensive birth control options.

Saturday, March 14th
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

STDs are super common — most people will get one at some point in their life. Join us at TeenTalk on March 14 to learn how you can prevent STDs.

Healthy & Unhealthy Relationships
Saturday, April 18th
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

By creating spaces for teenagers to have open, non-judgmental conversations about healthy relationships with their peers, we can help prevent dating abuse. Join us for a TeenTalk on healthy and unhealthy relationships on April 18.

Register for free!

Questions? Get in touch!

Call 713.831.6563 or email h[email protected].

Interested in becoming a teenREACH peer educator?

teenREACH members act as health ambassadors by providing health education and resources to their family, friends and communities.

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