PPPSGV offers sexual health education in middle & high schools, colleges/universities and other community settings that are sequenced to meet the needs of the participants, and teach skills that reinforce healthy behaviors and promote communication. These presentations cover topics such as anatomy, pregnancy, contraception, sexually transmitted infections (STIs/STDs), HIV/AIDS, PEP, PREP, healthy relationships, communication, consent, boundaries & more.
PPPSGV offers interactive professional development training, capacity building, and technical assistance to teachers and other youth-serving professionals.
Our parent programs provide skills and resources that assist parents in talking with their children about sexual and 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.
Our peer education and advocacy leadership program brings together a group of local high school students to work on projects that affect their communities. Peer advocates are trained to become sex ed resources for their peers and community leaders that create positive change, and build support for reproductive rights and social justice.
This is a guide for students in k-12 public and private schools. The guide was developed by PPPSGV's Peer Advocates.
At various community settings — including youth-friendly sites, recovery centers, homeless shelters, group homes, community agencies, health/resources fairs and other community events — PPPSGV volunteers table for one-on-one outreach activities that provide information on sexual health, growth and development, responsible decision making skills, contraception, prevention of STIs/STDs, healthy relationships, communication and how to obtain reproductive health services.
Would you like to see us at your next event? Fill out the request form or email us at [email protected]
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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