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Helping Parents Navigate Conversations on Sexual & Reproductive Health with Confidence

Starting conversations about sexual and reproductive health with children in your care may seem challenging, but you're not alone. Your local Planned Parenthood provides empowering workshops designed to provide parents and caregivers with the tools they need to have open and honest conversations with their youth.

Start the Conversation

Start the Conversation

Discover the essential tools for engaging in open and honest conversations with your youth. Our workshops offer a deeper understanding of parent/caregiver-child relationships, highlight the benefits of discussing sexual and reproductive health topics, and provide practical tips for initiating these crucial conversations. Sessions are available both in-person and virtually, in English and Spanish, and are completely free of charge.

Available Workshops

Here Comes Puberty

A 90-minute interactive group session for parents/caregivers and their 4th and 5th graders. Learn about puberty and prepare your youth for the emotional and physical changes they will experience.

Parent/Caregiver-Child Communication

A one-hour session focusing on the benefits of open communication. Understand the developmental process, challenges faced by youth, and effective strategies for improved communication.

Talking Parents, Healthy Teens

An eight-session program designed to teach parents and caregivers healthy communication skills for conversations about sexual and reproductive development with their youth. Available exclusively for San Bernardino residents.

Healthy Relationships

Review essential components of relationships, identify healthy vs. unhealthy traits, and build skills for discussions with your teen.

Birth Control & STIs

Learn medically accurate information about popular birth control methods and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Discuss teen pregnancy and STI rates, addressing commonly asked questions by teens.

Navigating Puberty

This session will address essential topics parents and caregivers should discuss with theiryouth and identify commonly overlooked aspects of puberty. Attendees will walk away with valuable resources to navigate these conversations effectively and support their youth during this crucial developmental period.

Peer Programs

Peer Programs

PPOSBC's Peer Programs offer teens and young adults the opportunity to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to be a sexual and reproductive health resource to their peers and communities. 

Students may be able to count Peer Program participation towards community services hours.


“My child just loves the Peer Ambassador program. I love her enthusiastic feminism and how she really thinks about all the topics in her day-to-day activities. I learn so much from her. I also have enjoyed being present for a couple of her conversations about healthy relationships or boundaries."

Parent of a Peer Ambassador (22-23, 23-24)

Contact Us for More Information

Interested in our Parent and Caregiver education programs? Reach out to Community Education & Outreach. Phone: 714-922-4103

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