This program is intended for Jr. High and High School aged teens. Learn how to focus on healthy relationships by topics such as self-respect, emotions, avoiding alcohol, avoiding drugs, delaying sexual activity, preventing STI’s, boundaries and self-discipline, and resisting pressure.
Be Proud, Be responsible and Teen Health Project
This evidence-based program is for all teens and young adults and is not taught in public education settings. This program takes a comprehensive approach to teaching sexual education intended for at-risk groups. Topics discussed include healthy relationships, how to stay safe from HIV/STD’s if you are already sexually active, negotiating with a partner who is disinterested in safer sex, understanding how STD’s are spread, and healthy decision making.
This is an 11-week evidence-based sexual health curriculum for teens. Includes topics like reproductive anatomy, gender and sexual identity, preventing pregnancy and STIs, communication skills, social media literacy, healthy and unhealthy relationships, and finding sexual health resources.
What is Upstanding?
Upstanding is a bystander intervention program developed by the Utah Department of Health Violence and Injury prevention Program, aimed at ending sexual violence. The purpose is to prepare individuals with the skills and knowledge to understand violence prevention and use basic intervention practices.
What is bystander intervention?
Bystander intervention is a public health approach to preventing sexual violence and interpersonal violence (violence between people). Upstanders can intervene before, during, or after witnessing violence, harm, or behavior that could lead to violence.
What is an Upstander?
An upstander is an empowered bystander or someone who intervenes when they see violence or behavior that could lead to violence.
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What is sexual violence?
Sexual violence is any unwanted sexual contact or attention that happens as a result of force, threats, bribes, manipulation, pressure, or violence. Sexual violence is a crime of power and control.
Families Talking Together
Families Talking Together is a 2-session parent education program geared toward empowering parents to talk to their teens about difficult subjects such as sexual relationships, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, or pornography.
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SafeTalk is an evidence based program that teaches members of the community to recognize people with thoughts of suicide and to connect them to suicide resources. Participants of this program learn how to provide help to those with thoughts of suicide, we aware of opportunities to help a person with thoughts of suicide are sometimes missed, dismissed, or avoided. This program is for everyone who wants to help prevent suicide: volunteers, parents, youth 15 and up, law enforcement, or teachers.
QPR is an evidence based program that teaches three simples steps to help save a life from suicide by focusing on recognizing warning signs and how to questions, persuade, and refer someone to help. Much like CPR is well known for rescuing a person in a cardiovascular emergency, QPR is designed as an emergency mental health intervention for suicidal persons.