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High School Programming

Programs for grades 9-12.

Our evidence-based programs teach young people to make lifelong healthy decisions. We use a peer education model to equip them with medically accurate, age-appropriate information about reproductive health and teen pregnancy prevention. This helps them make responsible decisions and become accurate sources of information for their friends and community. We have education outreach programs throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.

 

Program Descriptions

Get Real

Length: 9 sessions, 45 minutes each
Grades 6-9
All genders

Get Real is an evidence-based middle school curriculum that promotes abstinence from sex as the healthiest choice for adolescents. The program provides a comprehensive understanding of sexual health, sexuality, and STI prevention methods. It also supports parents as the primary sexuality educators of their children.

Smart Girls

Length: 8-12 sessions, 1.5 hours each
Grades: Middle school and grade 9
Female-identifying genders

Smart Girls is a curriculum specifically for pre-teen girls. This program is primarily designed to prevent adolescent pregnancy and STIs, as well as addressing topics such as assertive communication, healthy self-esteem, anatomy, and the importance of developing strong family connections.

Making Proud Choices!

Length: 10-12 sessions, 75 minutes each
Grades: Middle through High School
All genders

Making Proud Choices! is an HIV risk-education curriculum that covers abstinence and condom use to reduce the risk of pregnancy and STIs. This program is proven effective at strengthening negotiation and self-advocacy skills, as well as lowering incidents of HIV and STI risk-associated behaviors in teens.

 

Making Proud Choices! Plus

Length: 10-12 sessions, 75 minutes each
Grades: Middle through High School
All genders

Making Proud Choices! is an HIV risk-education curriculum that covers abstinence and condom use to reduce the risk of pregnancy and STIs. This program is proven effective at strengthening negotiation and self-advocacy skills, as well as lowering incidents of HIV and STI risk-associated behaviors in teens.

 

Reducing the Risk

Length: 16 sessions, 1 hour each
Grades: High School
All genders

Reducing the Risk is designed to help high school students delay the initiation of sex and/or increase the use of protection against pregnancy, STDs and HIV if they choose to have sex. This research-proven approach address skills such as risk-assessment, communication, decision-making, planning, refusal strategies, and delay tactics.

Health Improvement Project

Length: 4 sessions & 2 boosters, 2 hours each
Grades: High School
Female-identifying genders

Health Improvement Project (HIP) Teens is an evidence-based program designed to reduce sexually risky behavior among adolescent girls. This program is proven to lower the number of sexual partners, increase knowledge about STDs and HIV, and contraception. It also teaches communication and decision-making skills.

One-Shot Sessions

In addition to these curriculum's we offer shorter, one-shot sessions on a variety of topics including but not limited to: birth control, patient services, STI transmission, consent, and dating violence. These sessions are meant to meet the needs of organizations, schools, and programs in the Fayetteville community, as well as colleges and other organizations that request them.

CONTACT US

North Carolina

Asheville, NC:
[email protected]
919-703-3398

Chapel Hill, NC:
[email protected]
TBD
"Se habla español"? (Speaks Spanish)

Charlotte, NC:
[email protected]
910-703-3395
or
[email protected] 
704-351-7844

 

Durham, NC:
[email protected]
TBD
"Se habla español"? (Speaks Spanish)

Fayetteville, NC:
[email protected]
910-988-4241

Wilmington, NC:
[email protected]
910-409-0381
or
[email protected]
919-869-4786

Winston Salem, NC:
[email protected]
336-779-3205

LGBTQ+ Virtual Program (NC, SC, VA, WV):
[email protected]
910-729-0971

 

South Carolina

Charleston, SC: 
[email protected]
843-384-6725

Columbia, SC:
[email protected]
803-363-9326

Hilton Head, SC:
[email protected]
843-384-6725
or
[email protected]
803-363-9326

LGBTQ+ Virtual Program (NC, SC, VA, WV):
[email protected]
910-729-0971

 

Virginia

Blacksburg, VA: 
[email protected]
540-315-213 
"Se habla español"? (Speaks Spanish)

Charlottesville, VA:
[email protected]
434-282-7603

Roanoke, VA:
[email protected]
540-797-6389

LGBTQ+ Virtual Program (NC, SC, VA, WV):
[email protected]
910-729-0971

 

 

West Virginia

Vienna, WV:
[email protected]
910-988-4241

LGBTQ+ Virtual Program (NC, SC, VA, WV):
[email protected]
910-729-0971

 

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