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Education and Outreach

Planned Parenthood Mar Monte (PPMM) is a trusted provider of evidence-based comprehensive sex education (CSE), youth development programs, community outreach, and capacity building programs for schools and youth serving organizations that want to deliver sex ed directly in their community.

Our standards-aligned CSE programs are offered to schools on a sliding scale of $0-10 per student. All other programs are offered at no cost.

How to Access Our Programs

1. See the Program Guide to learn more about our programs for schools, community organizations, juvenile justice and child welfare agencies, parents and caregivers, individual learners, and more!

2. Complete this form to request or program or a call back to discuss your needs.

Download our Program Guide

Programs At-a-Glance

Comprehensive Sex Ed

  • 6th-12th grades 
  • Setting: School classrooms, independent study, and home school programs
  • Format: On-Demand (asynchronous) e-courses for Middle School and High School students
  • Features:
    • Each e-course includes (12) sections co-developed by and for youth (see Y-LED below)
    • Courses are gamified and each features a central animated story, interactive lessons, quizzes, resources, Q&A options and more!
    • Offered in Spanish and English year-around
    • Take approximately 4.5 hours to complete
    • Technical assistance and on-demand training for teachers offered to support implementation success
  • Course are aligned with the following standards:
    • California Healthy Youth Act (CHYA) Standards
    • National Sex Ed Standards (NSES)
    • Social Justice Anchor Standards (Identity, Diversity, Justice, Action)
    • Common Core College and Career Anchor Standard


Special Education Sex Ed

  • 6th-12th grade students
  • Setting: School classrooms or home
  • Format: Hybrid
  • Features:
    • Includes (1) On-Demand e-course with (4) lessons for students that are aligned with California Healthy Youth Act (CHYA) standards, plus professional development for adult implementers.
    • Classroom teachers, aides, parents/caregivers, or classroom volunteers learn how to skillfully deliver this e-course to moderately or severely disabled students (in-person groups or 1:1)
    • Includes access to an online learning community where adults can complete facilitator training, garner best practices, and get technical assistance from PPMM Education.

Comprehensive sex ed version under development for release in 2023

Systems-Involved Youth: Sex Ed Equity Project

  • Ages 13-18
  • Setting: Government agency or community based program sites serving youth who may be incarcerated, on probation, in foster care, or have been suspended from school.
  • Format: In-Person and On-Demand (asynchronous)
  • Programs: We invest in building the capacity of partners to successfully implement sex ed that is trauma-informed and evidence-based (EBI) for vulnerable youth who may be incarcerated, on probation, in foster care, or have been suspended from school. Partners can sign up to offer two Sex Ed Equity Project programs to the youth they serve directly:
    • Plan A (1 video session: 23 minutes)
    • Power Through Choices (10 in-person sessions: 90 minutes each)
  • To support sustainable implementation, PPMM Education partners receive:
    • Facilitator training and a program license.
    • Technical assistance and coaching.
    • Evaluation tools and outcome reports.
    • Essential program supplies including technology, incentives, facilitator materials, snacks—and other items they may need to implement the program. Some sites also may receive a partner fee to participate in grant fidelity monitoring or research pilots.

Contact us to become a Sex Ed Equity Project partner

Sex Ed Outreach Kits

  • Non-profits and schools may request PPMM Sex Ed Outreach Kits to distribute to your communities or at events.
  • Kits are available in Spanish or English for audiences ranging from college students to parents, teachers, youth, or adults.
  • Condom and barrier method, and PRIDE kits also are available

Click here to request outreach kits.

Young Parents

  • Age: Young (expectant) parents under age 21
  • Format: Hybrid. In-Person and Virtual Live

Programs: Santa Clara County only. The Teen Parent Support Program (TPSP) is a comprehensive case management and positive youth development program for expectant and young parents. Click here to learn more.

Adult and College Ed

  • Young Adults and Youth Influencers
  • Format: On-Demand and Live Webinars
  • Sessions offered:
    • Safer Sex 101: STIs/HIV, Birth control, and Consent
    • Sex Ed 101: How to Be a Trusted a Youth Influencer
    • How to Affirm LGBTQi+ Youth
    • How to Access Sex Ed and Essential Health Care

Puberty Ed Game

Format: Online Game (asynchronous)

Spanish Sex Ed Game

  • Ages 13-18
  • Format: Available to play on desktop/laptops, tablets, or mobile devices

Program: ¡Con Confianza! is new sex ed game developed by and for Spanish-speaking English Language Acquisition (ELA) students. And bonus: family members can play, too.

Peer Ed: High School Students

  • Ages 14-18
  • Format: Hybrid. Live Virtual + In-Person independent activities
  • Program: Youth leaders are trained as peer educators who lead sex ed lessons and powerful 1:1 conversations with their peers and family members.

Peer Ed: Promotores

  • Spanish-Speaking Adults of all ages
  • Format: Hybrid. Live Virtual + In-Person independent activities
  • Program: Enlaces: Connectando Comunidades (Links: Connecting Communities) is our community led peer education program that honors, nourishes and affirms the lived experiences of our Latinx/e/o/a communities by hosting platicas (community chats) with both adults and youth in the same virtual spaces. PPMM and partner organizations directly implement this peer education program, which is delivered in Spanish by promotores/x volunteers.

Y-LED (youth designers)

  • Ages 15-24
  • Program: Youth designers apply and are selected annually to research, design, and create relevant, impactful, and accessible sex ed content for youth and young adults. 

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