Available in English and Spanish, this 90 minute course helps parents gain a greater understanding about the importance of communicating about sexual and reproductive health topics, values, and goals with their children. Parents learn about the developmental process, challenges faced by youth, and review effective strategies to improve communication. By the end of this course, parents are equipped with the knowledge, understanding, and skills necessary to communicate effectively with their children about these topics in order to promote healthy adolescent sexual development.
Have a teen that wants to be a health education advocate and resource to their peers? The Peer Education Program empowers youth, ages 15-19, to become leaders on their school campuses and in their community. Youth are invited to attend a 2-day weekend training to become a certified peer health educator for the program. During this training youth gain leadership skills, learn how to be an advocate and a resource to their peers, and increase their knowledge on a variety of topics such as the importance of goals and values, dating violence, reproductive and sexual health topics, and much more.
Students are also able to count their Peer Program hours towards community service hours!