SANE-A Virtual Edition Fall 2020
Participants will receive a 41hr self-paced online SANE-A course through the International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN). Then, in order to cover Montana-specific information, a virtual local/state gathering will take place October 19th, 2020 with Montana trainers Mary Pat Hansen and Debbie Mulcahy. Included is also a one year membership to IAFN which provides free and/or reduced-cost access to resources, trainings, and education. Registration fee remains at $100.
Deadline to register is August 20th and IAFN will send course information to you directly.
For more information and to register, please see this form.
Foundations: Core Skills Training for Sex Ed
Take your Sex Ed teaching skills from Good to GREAT!
The Foundations Training Initiative is a nationally-recognized model for providing core skills training that was developed by Answer and Cardea Services. The goal of the Foundations Training Initiative is to ensure that all educators tasked with teaching sexuality education are equipped with the skills needed to effectively facilitate student learning, create safe and inclusive classroom environments and provide opportunities for meaningful skill-building and values exploration, regardless of the specific curriculum or grade-level that they teach.
For more information contact:
Kate Nessan, Director of Learning
Making Proud Choices Curriculum Training:
Making Proud Choices is an 8-module sex education curriculum developed for middle and high school aged youth that has been proven effective. The goal of the program is to reduce sexual risk taking behaviors emphasizing the use of condoms and empowering teens to make their own decisions about how they can be sexually healthy.
Planned Parenthood of Montana (PPMT) has implemented the Making Proud Choices (MPC) curriculum, with cultural adaptations, with Native American youth on three reservations in Montana during the past six years. The results of the program include a positive change in attitudes, beliefs and perceptions towards sex as well as an increase in use of condoms and birth control with the youth who reported to be sexually active. At the same time, the teen birth rates have decreased in the counties where the curriculum has been implemented.
For further information contact:
Kate Nessan, PPMT Director of Learning: [email protected]
Additional Information on Sexuality and Health Education Information:
This website offers many fact sheets about sexual health education for youth as well as lesson plans and programming.
A straightforward site written and produced by teens for teens. Sex, Etc., talks about love, sex abstinence, contraception, AIDS, STDs, drugs, drinking, violence and health topics.
Provides access to its publications and mechanism for searching back issues of the periodical, Family Planning Perspectives.
Solid facts are provided on contraceptive options, including temporary, permanent, and special needs. Good links lead visitors to recent publications, working papers, and issues in the news.
Posts texts of many of its publications. A special section for parents offers such topics as "Communication Tips for Parents" and "Kids Online: What Parents Can Do to Protect Their Children from Cyberspace." Some topics are also available in Spanish.
Current information on gay and lesbian issues is presented at this site from the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force. Links are included to general information, press releases, articles, and upcoming events.
The Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) is the nation's largest anti-sexual assault organization. RAINN operates the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1.800.656.HOPE and carries out programs to prevent sexual assault, help victims and ensure that rapists are brought to justice. This site provides statistics, counseling resources, prevention tips, news and more.
This site provides information on abortion and referrals, plus pro-choice political updates and information on how you can get involved in keeping your right to choose.
This site offers facts and statistics about domestic and sexual violence in Montana.
Montana Women Vote is a coalition of ten state-level organizations that share a common goal of educating and mobilizing low-income women, many of whom have never voted, to participate in the democratic process. Member organizations, including Planned Parenthood of Montana, address issues of economic self-sufficiency, domestic violence and sexual assault, the environment, and reproductive rights.
A source for Montana information and statistics.
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