Check out our youth programs around the region. Get connected with what you need to know to stay healthy and make a difference in your community.
We also have a Teen Resource Center at our Duluth location. Find the TRC page on Facebook.
Join this group, for Hmong students ages 13-17, to become a peer educator in your local Twin Cities community.
Are you a Native American Youth between the ages of 13 and 19 living in Bemidji? Influence your community in a positive way by becoming a peer educator on reproductive health topics.
Connect with other Latino teens about issues that matter to you. This bilingual program for 14-18 year old Latino students takes place in Minneapolis and Richfield.
Learn all about reproductive health and sexuality — then make a difference by teaching others.
Reach One Teach One is all about health, community, and responsibility. It is a peer education program in partnership with North Dakota State University.
Sexual Health and Adolescent Risk Prevention (SHARP) is a one-time, intensive class for young people designed to reduce risky behaviors.
Taking SHAPE is a program for American Indian youth and adults living in the Bemidji and Duluth areas, offered in collaboration with community partners.
Join Teen Council to educate your peers, serve your community and stand up for important issues.
If you’re an African American teen, age 13–17, and living in the Twin Cities, you can join other African American youth to learn about reproductive health and become a peer educator.
For Parents of Program Participants:
We know you want your teens to grow up happy, healthy, and safe. Our staff leads honest, open discussions about important issues that affect your teen’s long-term emotional and physical health. We also provide support to parents to help start these important conversations with their kids.
As a parent, you can help us by:
- Ensuring your teen submits a completed Medical Review and Informed Consent form.
- Arranging transportation for your teen to group meetings and events (if needed, we can reimburse bus fare).
Parental permission is required for all teen programs. If you’re curious about your teen’s participation in our programs, or if you’d like to get involved, please feel free to email us at any time or call 612-821-6198.