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Community Outreach

Trained sexuality educators serve as valuable resources in their communities. Staff build awareness of reproductive and sexual health by participating in health fairs and other community events. We are committed to partnering with other community-based organizations to achieve the common goal of reducing health inequities in our communities. Please contact us to discuss ways in which we can work together. For more information or to request that we table at your event, please contact us.


Highly trained sexuality educators provide sex education covering a broad range of topics. Settings vary widely and include public and private schools, alternative learning centers, places of worship, juvenile detention and adult incarceration, treatment centers, colleges and universities, group homes, community centers, and many social service organizations.

Presentations in Spanish and Hmong available in the Twin Cities.

Interested in inviting a Planned Parenthood educator to speak to your group?

Presentation Topics

Reproductive anatomy
Safer sex
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs)
Communication skills
Decision making
Healthy relationships
Youth-friendly services
Parents Are Sexuality Educators (PASE)

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Planned Parenthood considers it important to serve as a resource to students. For more information from Planned Parenthood for a school project, please use our Student Information Request Form. We require at least five business days to respond by email. Education staff cannot provide student interviews. Depending on availability, we may not be able to meet your needs.


Federal, non-profit, and private organizations provide in-depth information about local, national, and international reproductive and sexual health topics. These resources have a wealth of information including statistics and policy briefs.

National Resources

State Resources