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Age-Appropriate, Medically Accurate
Sexual Health Education

Delivered by Expert Health Educators,
Aligns with California Healthy Youth Act Requirements


Our interactive comprehensive presentations provide education that encourages youth to make healthy, informed decisions regarding their sexuality and health.

All topics align with the requirements of the California Healthy Youth Act and are inclusive, medically accurate, age-appropriate, and culturally sensitive. Presentations are available in-person, as live-virtual sessions, or pre-recorded content, in English or Spanish. All curriculum and lesson plans are available for preview.

Planned Parenthood Health Educators Provide

California Healthy Youth Act Curriculum

Engaging, medically accurate, and age-appropriate middle school and high school student programs for classroom or community-based settings.

Topics Include:

  • Anatomy & Pregnancy

  • Birth Control Methods

  • Gender & Sexuality

  • Healthy Communication

  • Healthy Relationships

  • Human Trafficking

  • Planned Parenthood Services

  • Puberty

  • Sexually Transmitted Infections

  • Youth Rights and Resources to Sexual & Reproductive Health Services

Teen Talk

  • Evidence-based curriculum
    *Only available in San Bernardino County.

Equal Voices

Curriculum for youth with adaptive needs.

Topics Include: 

  • Healthy Relationships & Consent
  • Puberty & Anatomy
  • Pregnancy & Birth Control
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Gender & Sexual Orientation
  • Online Safety & Safer Social Media

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Alternative Education

Bullying & Safer Social Media

  • Participants review the different types of bullying and discuss safety while online.

Male Involvement & Responsibility

  • Participants learn about how traditional masculinity can impact reproductive health.

Puberty & Hygiene

  • Participants learn about the physical and emotional changes that happen during puberty, how to navigate these changes and how to find support, and the importance of proper hygiene and review good hygiene habits. Download flyer.

Peer Programs

PPOSBC's Peer Programs support high school-aged youth and young adults in becoming leaders on their school campuses and in their community.

Contact Us

Interested in learning more about our Youth Education programs? Contact our Community Education & Outreach department. 

Phone: 714.633.6373, ext. 334

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