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Planned Parenthood offers professional, comprehensive sex education services. 

Our Education Department provides programs on a variety of sexual health topics. We will tailor a program to meet your education needs.

Community Outreach

• We present at workshops and serve on committees focused on community health, youth services, LGBTQ issues and other important needs locally.

• Planned Parenthood provides health information and materials to local organizations, at no cost.

• We table at community health fairs, host sex trivia events at local colleges and restaurants, and help parents/caregivers talk to their children about sex. 

Training and Updates

• Planned Parenthood provides training on HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ cultural competency and other topics for community professionals.

• Schedule an update on the services Planned Parenthood offers, patients’ reproductive rights in New York State, and referring clients for medical, sexual assault and crime victims services. 


• We offer engaging curriculum tailored to meet the needs of your group: youth; developmentally disabled adults; group home residents; school and college students; LGBTQ people; pregnant and parenting teens; and incarcerated individuals.

— Single or multiple session programs. — Presented at your location. — No cost.

• Popular program topics include abstinence, contraceptives, healthy relationships, sexual orientation and gender identity, sexually transmitted infections, and teen pregnancy. 

Call 1.800.230.PLAN (7526) and ask to speak to a Planned Parenthood educator.

Complete List of Programming Offered:

  • Abstinence 
  • Adolescent Sexuality 
  • Contraceptive Methods (Birth Control) 
  • Healthy Relationships/Sexual Respect 
  • HIV & AIDS 
  • Male & Female Anatomy 
  • Male Sexual Health Issues 
  • Parent/Child Communication about Healthy Sexuality 
  • Planned Parenthood History & Services 
  • Pregnancy & Birth 
  • Puberty
  • Reproductive Health 
  • Reproductive Rights 
  • Safer Sex 
  • Sexual Orientation 
  • Sexuality & Media Literacy 
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections 
  • Teenage Pregnancy Prevention