PPPSGV offers age-appropriate presentations in schools and other community settings that are sequenced to meet the needs of the participants, and teach skills that reinforce healthy behaviors. These presentations cover comprehensive topics such as anatomy, pregnancy, contraception, sexuality transmitted infections, healthy relationships, communication, self-esteem and the pressures that can lead to premature sexual activity.
PPPSGV offers teacher training and direct student education services that will help schools become compliant with the California Healthy Youth Act requirements.
These workshops provide resources that assist parents in talking with their children about reproductive health issues. Workshops are conducted in community settings, can include single-session or multiple-session presentations, and can be delivered in English or Spanish depending on availability.
Local high school students are recruited and trained to become leaders, create positive change, and build support for reproductive rights and social justice!
At various community settings — including youth-friendly sites, recovery centers, homeless shelters, group homes, community agencies, health fairs and other community events — PPPSGV staff conduct presentations and one-on-one outreach activities that provide information on responsible decision making skills, contraception, prevention of STDs, healthy relationships, communication and how to obtain reproductive health services.
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Our committed group of parents and professionals engage in building the next generation of support for Planned Parenthood Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley, with a special focus on innovative and award-winning Planned Parenthood sex education programs. Want to know how you can join NextGen Partners?
We do our best to assist students with school assignments, when possible. Additionally, we do ask that you first do some preliminary research on your topic, ask us informed and respectful questions, and provide us with an adequate amount of time (usually 2 weeks) to respond to your request for information, interviews, or resources.
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