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Community Education Programs

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

What We Do

VLPP offers single-session workshops and multi-session programs covering a variety of topics based on the needs of our diverse community partners. VLPP works with public and private schools, colleges, detention centers, residential facilities, afterschool programs, and other community-based organizations to provide in-person and virtual education. 

Get Real

Get REAL is a 3-year middle school and 1-year high school evidence-based, multi-session program developed by Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts. There are 9, 45-minute lessons for each middle school grade and 11, 45-minute lessons for high school. 

Get REAL emphasizes social and emotional skills as key components of healthy relationships and responsible decision making. The program also promotes abstinence from sex as a safe and healthy choice for adolescents; provides a comprehensive understanding of sexual health, sexuality, and protection methods; and supports parents and other caring adults as the primary sexuality educators of their children through family activities that encourage dialogue between students and the caring adults in their lives about sexual health topics. Get REAL is LGBTQ+ inclusive and trauma-informed.

Power Through Choices

Power Through Choices is an evidence-based, multi-session program created by Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy/Healthy Teen Network. There are 10, 90-minute lessons specifically designed for adolescents ages 13–18 who are in systems of care. Power Through Choices was developed for youth who are involved in a child welfare or juvenile justice system to help them avoid risk-taking sexual behavior and reduce the incidence of adolescent pregnancy, HIV, and other STIs. Power Through Choices is LGBTQ+ inclusive and trauma-informed. 

Teen Outreach Program

Teen Outreach Program is an evidence-based positive youth development program created by Wyman. This program is typically implemented over a 9 month period (a minimum of 25 sessions) with teens in grades 6-12. In addition to the classroom sessions, teens also participate in an additional 20 hours of service learning. The curriculum focuses on emotional regulation, problem-solving, goal setting, relationship skills, and overall health. The program is inclusive to youth from different backgrounds and can be implemented in a variety of settings including in-school, afterschool, and community based locations. Teen Outreach Program is LGBTQ+ inclusive and trauma-informed. 

Additional Programs

In addition to multi-session programs, VLPP offers single-session, developmentally appropriate workshops for youth ages 12 and up on the following topics. Content and workshop length can be adjusted based on the needs of our community partners. 

  • Abstinence

  • Accessing Health care Services

  • Birth Control

  • Body Image & Self Esteem

  • Communication & Negotiation Skills

  • Condoms & Protection Methods

  • Consent & Setting Boundaries

  • Gender & Sexual Orientation

  • Gender Roles & Expectations

  • Healthy & Unhealthy Relationships

  • Healthy Decision Making

  • HIV & AIDS

  • Pregnancy

  • Puberty

  • Sexual & Reproductive Anatomy

  • Social Media & Relationships

  • STI Prevention & Testing

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