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Planned Parenthood of Michigan believes that people of all ages have the right to learn about their sexuality and develop skills to make healthy decisions about their bodies and relationships. Whether you are a health and human services professional, teacher, religious leader, parent/caregiver or trusted adult, student, or concerned citizen, PPMI can design, deliver, and evaluate educational sessions that are customized to meet the needs of your learners.

Our experienced educators tailor each training session or presentation to the needs of the audience.

Training & Consultation

Experienced facilitators offer up-to-date training to build knowledge, skills, curricula, and educational resources. Youth workers, students, health professionals, community and religious leaders, social workers, teachers, and administrators all benefit from training and consulting services.


As a nonprofit agency, PPMI is funded by grants, program fees, and contributions. We ask $150/hour for education presentations and $300/hour for professional trainings. Schedule a training by emailing our education team at [email protected].

Community Outreach

Trained educators present to classes, support groups, health fairs, community gatherings, organizations, workshops, and/or conferences. We serve on local advisory committees, councils, and national networks that promote reproductive health, education, and access.

Please see the side menu for information on our wide variety of presentations. To learn more about our programs and resources, check out the links in the menu, call our general education line at 734-926-4800 ext. 4605 or email us at [email protected].

A 101 Guide to Abortion

Everyone deserves accurate, nonjudgmental information about essential health care. Planned Parenthood of Michigan’s 101 Guide to Abortion zine empowers its readers with 40 pages of information, resources, and activities.

Read the zine

Self-care Tips for Managing Stress

Feeling overwhelmed on where to begin when dealing with difficult life transitions or feelings? We’re here to help. Click below to gain access to our interactive self-care guide created for young people by our teen peer educators, containing tips and tools on where to start.

Get the Guide