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Our peer-educator training programs give young people the tools they need to prevent pregnancy, HIV and sexually-transmitted infections and the skills they need to teach other young people how to protect themselves.

Evidence Based Programs:

Making Proud Choices! is a 9 module series that aims to increase knowledge and support positive decision making in Middle School age youth with the goal of reducing teen pregnancy, HIV and STI’s.

Be Proud! Be Responsible! is a 7 module series that provides High School students with the knowledge, motivation and skills necessary to make decisions that will reduce their risk for teen pregnancy, HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.

S.O.S. Peer Educator Training:

S.O.S. (Safe or Sorry) trains teens to provide pregnancy and HIV/STI prevention education for their peers. Through fun, interactive training sessions, teens learn about relationships & sexual orientation, anatomy & pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, substance abuse, harm reduction and peer education. Educators provide the support and tools teens need to safely and effectively engage their peers. (4 additional hours added to Be Proud! Be Responsible!)

KEY for Ages 11 - 13:

KEY (Knowledge Empowers You) educates 11 to 13 year olds (boys and girls meet separately) about the changes they experience during puberty - such as romantic feelings, periods, wet dreams and acne, KEY empowers pre-teens to talk to their peers about puberty.

Contact Us for More Info:

For more information about any of these programs, call Planned Parenthood Mid-Hudson Valley's Education Department.

New Windsor (Administrative Office) 
(845) 838-1200 x107

Email: [email protected]