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Education and Community Programs

Planned Parenthood of South, East and North Florida recognizes the critical role of comprehensive sexuality education in reducing the rate of unintended pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections (STI’s) including HIV. We deliver comprehensive and medically accurate information that empowers people of all ages to make informed decisions and lead healthy lives. To accomplish this, we use the most sophisticated instrument in medicine: accurate information through our various programs. Our innovative health education and teen outreach programs teach young people how to make healthy decisions, and train teachers, parents, and caregivers how to have honest, open discussions with the young people in their lives.

Youth Education

Comprehensive sexuality education programs for young people during school, after school, and in community based settings.

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Adult Education

Programs to engage parents in the effort to help their children develop healthy, responsible attitudes and practices related to sex and reproduction.

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Peer Education

Training teen educators to act as resources for reproductive health information to their friends and peers, creating a climate that supports healthy decision-making, and developing their advocacy and leadership skills.

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Youth Education Programs

Career Readiness and Financial Literacy

The Career Readiness and Financial Literacy Program is an integrated approach to develop students’ core academic, money management, and employability skills. The “C.R.A.F.L.P.” is designed to increase students’ knowledge of career paths, based upon their interests and aptitudes. 

Family Life and Sexual Health (FLASH)

Family Life and Sexual Health (FLASH) is a comprehensive science- based sexuality education curriculum developed by Public Health Seattle-King County and designed to prevent unintended pregnancies, STDs and sexual violence.

Reducing the Risk

Reducing the Risk (RTR) is a 16-session curriculum designed to help high school students delay the initiation of sex or increase the use of protection against pregnancy and STI/HIV if they choose to have sex.

Teen Outreach Program® (TOP®)

Wyman's Teen Outreach Program® (TOP®) is an evidence-based program that empowers teens with the tools and opportunities needed to avoid risky behaviors – like unintended pregnancies – and become leaders with a powerful vision for their future.

Adult Education Programs

Time for Your Teen

Time for Your Teen is a 6-hour program that brings teens between 13-19 and their supportive adults together to learn how to share family values and strengthen bonds to talk about the tough stuff–such as sexual health. The purpose of the program is to promote healthy behaviors and reduce risk-taking among young people, breaking communication barriers, engaging in confidential parent-child interactions, and broaching sensitive topics that include their sexual health to support healthy decision-making. Time for Your Teen is available in English and Spanish. 

Peer Education Programs

Leaders Igniting a Generation of Healthy Teens (LIGHT) Program

The Leaders Igniting a Generation of Healthy Teens (LIGHT) is a sexual health peer education program for students. LIGHT sexual health education program is designed to increase students’ knowledge, skills, and behaviors associated with avoiding an unintended pregnancy, HIV, STIs, and other health issues. It also seeks to create a climate that supports healthy decision-making and advocacy skills among young people while building a pipeline to leadership.

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