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Reach One Teach One North Dakota

What is Reach One Teach One?

Reach One Teach One is all about health, community, and responsibility. This peer education program gives young people an opportunity to learn about real-life issues related to sexuality and then share that knowledge with others. Content of the lesson plans, taught by Planned Parenthood educators, is always comprehensive, medically accurate, and age-appropriate.

What happens in Reach One Teach One?

Through engaging discussions, games, and activities, youth explore a variety of topics including: communication skills, goal setting, relationships, consent, abstinence, birth control, decision-making, and STI/HIV/AIDS. After receiving training on these topics, participants share what they’ve learned with friends and family.

Other good-to-know info:

  • Participants are ages 14-19.
  • Parental permission required if under 18.
  • Class is FREE.
  • All participants meeting peer education and attendance goals can earn a $100 gift card.

Questions? Want to join?

Call 701.936.6140, email [email protected], or fill out a registration form


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