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Education & Training

The Virginia League for Planned Parenthood believes people should get information and answers to their questions about sex and relationships, without being shamed or judged.

Who We Are

VLPP collaborates with various community partners to offer sex education programs for teens, adults, and professionals. Our programs are medically accurate, evidence-informed, and inclusive.

This Is Health Care: Jocelyn | Why Sex Education is Important

This Is Health Care: Jocelyn | Why Sex Education is Important

Meet Jocelyn, a Planned Parenthood sex educator in Wisconsin. Jocelyn believes that when you get something—like accurate, shame-free information about sexual and reproductive health—you don't keep it for yourself. You share it with others so that everyone has it. As the country's largest provider of sex education, we agree!

Community Education Programs

Learn more about workshops and multi-session programs for teens, college students, and adults.

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Parent Education

Learn more about workshops specifically designed for parents and caregivers to support open and honest conversations about sex and relationships.

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Professional Training

Learn more about opportunities for professional development for teachers, social workers, mentors, and other adults who work with youth.

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Sex Education Advocacy 

Learn how to advocate for medically accurate, evidence-informed, and inclusive sex education in your schools and communities. 

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Find resources for teens, college students, adults, and professionals on a wide variety of topics related to healthy relationships, LGBTQIA+ identities, people with disabilities, STIs, protection methods, and more! 

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Connect with Us

Looking to schedule a program for your school, organization, or community group? We can help!

If you need additional assistance, please email us at [email protected]

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