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A workshop for high school-age youth

Teens have a right to honest, accurate information about sex and healthy relationships.

When they have and share accurate sexual health information and knowledge, they help not only themselves, but their friends, their siblings, and our community as a whole.

JustUs is a peer education program of Planned Parenthood Greater Memphis Region, dedicated to providing honest, comprehensive information about sexual health. JustUs educates and empowers teens ages 15-18 to take ownership of their community and serve as knowledgeable leaders for their peers.

After the core training, JustUs leaders will enter a community of educated, engaged, motivated teens working to ensure that their peers have the information and resources to avoid STIs, HIV, and pregnancy. JustUs teens have unique opportunities to work at the local and national level on sexual and reproductive health issues.

JustUs includes training on:

  • Comprehensive Sex Education
  • Public Speaking and Leadership
  • Public Policy
  • Community Organizing

JustUs is designed for teens, but supports parents, too. Every parent who signs up a teen for JustUs gets access to an educator during the program to make sure they are prepared.

Educators make sure parents:

  • Know what their teens are learning
  • Are prepared for questions and comments teens may have
  • Are supported in communicating their family values with their teens

To become a JustUs peer educator, teens must be high school aged, must complete a training course, and must have a signed permission slip from a parent or guardian.  

To request information about any of our Community Workshops, please complete the online request form.
Para solicitar información acerca de nuestros Talleres Comunitarios, por favor complete el siguiente formulario en línea.

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