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Parent-Child Communication Program: Let's Talk

Talking to your child about sex can feel difficult, but it doesn't have to be. PPHP offers training programs for parents and caregivers on discussing sexual and reproductive health with their children. The "Let's Talk: Talking to Children About Sexuality" program aims to support parents and caregivers in their role as the primary sexuality educators for their children. The program helps parents and caregivers respond more comfortably and effectively to a variety of their children's sexual questions and behaviors. Programs can be tailored to fit any age and developmental capacity.

To learn more about our parent programs, please contact the Director of Education and Training at [email protected] or (914) 467-7336.

Training for Professionals

PPHP provides dynamic and engaging professional training programs designed for health care providers, teachers, social workers, and other professionals working with young people. Professional training topics include:

  • Connecting youth to reproductive health services
  • Teaching sexual health to youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities
  • Discussing consent and healthy relationships

PPHP can also tailor professional trainings to meet the needs of participants. If you are interested in scheduling a professional training, please contact the Director of Education and Training at [email protected] or (914) 467-7336.

Resources for Parents and Professionals

Bedsider is a website offering contraception/birth control support. The website has details about the different methods, options for where to get birth control, and articles related to birth control and sexual health.

Advocates for Youth
A website that provides sexual health resources for advocates and educators.

The Centers for Disease Control is the United States of America’s health protection agency. Their website provides information about many different health topics. The CDC has comprehensive and medically accurate information about reproductive and sexual health.

Love is Respect
A website that provides information about healthy and unhealthy relationships. The organization also provides support and advocacy to people who are in unhealthy relationships or know someone who is in an unhealthy relationship.

Guttmacher Institute
The Guttmacher Institute is an organization that conducts research about sexual and reproductive health. The website provides information about policy and laws that impact people’s reproductive health.

WHO (World Health Organization)
The World Health Organization is a collaboration among 150 member states. WHO aims to achieve better health for everyone, everywhere. The WHO website provides comprehensive reproductive and sexual health information.

A website made to provide young adolescents with medically accurate and honest sex education. AMAZE has videos about a variety of topics including puberty, sexual orientation, and gender identity.

GLSEN is an organization focused on creating inclusive schools for LGBTQ young people. Their website provides tools for young people to bring LGBTQ inclusive activism to their schools.

The Trevor Project
The Trevor Project in an organization that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth. The website offers a phone hotline, instant messaging service, and text service for LGBTQ young people who are in crisis and want to speak with a counselor.


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