Healthy Relationships
Sexting: The New Dinner Conversation

Sexting: The New Dinner Conversation

Sexting: The New Dinner ConversationMay 2022Have you ever wondered how to bring up the subject of sexting with young people in your lives? What happens if porn comes up in dinnertime conversations or there’s a sex scene on the screen at your family movie night? Join...

Consent and Sexting: An Essential Conversation with Young People

Consent and Sexting: An Essential Conversation with Young People

Consent and Sexting: An Essential Conversation with Young PeopleJanuary 2022Join Maddy LaCure, MPA and Rebecca Berkowitz, Esq. from the Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault to learn how to engage students in conversations about consent and sexting. You will learn...

COVID Love* Stories

COVID Love* Stories

hilarious, devastating, awkward, frustrating, and fun moments of love and intimacy during a global pandemicWhat It Is COVID Love* Stories is our nationwide campaign that gathers and shares young people’s stories of love and intimacy during the global pandemic. We...

Implementation Evaluation of Pulse

Implementation Evaluation of Pulse

Implementation Evaluation of Pulse: Findings from a Rigorous Evaluation of New or Innovative Approaches to Prevent Teen PregnancyJuly 2021This implementation report provides details on the recruitment procedures and implementation findings of an evaluation of Pulse, a...

Sex Education Collaborative Training Hub

Sex Education Collaborative Training Hub

Sex Education CollaborativeTraining HubAs a member of the Sex Education Collaborative (SEC), Healthy Teen Network is pleased to share the Sex Education Training Hub, an online searchable tool offering a wide variety of professional development offerings for sex...

Pulse

Pulse

Pulse puts the power of sexual health information, in English and Spanish, in the hands of millions of young women.What It Is Pulse, a web-based mobile health (mHealth) app, uses interactive, multimedia features to enhance engagement and support diverse learning...

Crush: Research Brief & Fact Sheet

Crush: Research Brief & Fact Sheet

Crush: Sex Ed for Real Life2018Crush shares sexual health information with adolescent women—anywhere, anytime. It is an innovative digital tool that empowers adolescent women by sharing on-demand access to comprehensive, medically accurate sexual health information....

What Really is Co-Parenting?

What Really is Co-Parenting?

What Really Is Co-Parenting?December 2020Pop quiz! Here is the situation…Jasmine, Tim, and their son James live together in Jasmine’s home. Jasmine’s mother, Tanya, also lives there and cares for James every night while Tanya is at work. Tanya and Jasmine decide what...

Consent

Consent

ConsentU Choose to Know Digest, 2018Consent is an important topic for kids of all ages. We start by teaching young children about basic personal and physical boundaries, but by the time the teen years roll around, they need detailed information about consent in terms...

U Choose

U Choose

We help you talk about the hard stuff.Where We Started Getting school and community partners to work together is so important for improving sexual health education and services. In any given community, there are often many programs and services working with young...

When Sex Education Meets Mandatory Reporting

When Sex Education Meets Mandatory Reporting

When Sex Education Meets Mandatory Reporting U Choose to Know Digest, 2020As a teacher, you know that if you suspect that a student has been abused, or a student tells you about a situation that sounds like abuse, you must report it to the authorities. Although you...

Sex Education and Abusive Relationships: What You Need to Know

Sex Education and Abusive Relationships: What You Need to Know

Sex Education and Abusive Relationships: What You Need to Know U Choose to Know Digest, 2020When you teach sex education (and maybe even when you teach other topics), the subject of abuse within relationships is likely to come up. Abuse is also sometimes called...

Are You a Trauma-Informed Sex Educator?

Are You a Trauma-Informed Sex Educator?

Are You a Trauma-Informed Sex Educator? U Choose to Know Digest, 2020 As a teacher, you undoubtedly strive to be inclusive of all your students, including those who have experienced trauma. You are also probably aware that sex education requires navigating many...

Increase Adolescent Health through School-Based Approaches

Increase Adolescent Health through School-Based Approaches

Increase appropriations for the CDC Division of Adolescent and School Health to at least $100 million annually.Updated February 13, 2020Congressional Action Request U.S. Senators: Submit an FY 2021 appropriations programmatic request of at least $100 million for CDC...

Volt20

Volt20

Volt202019Volt20 helps youth create a written “game plan”  as they think about their lives and plan for a healthy future. With Volt20, adolescents and young adults, up to 24 years old, can focus on what’s going on with their bodies, minds, relationships, and the...

Sex Education and Abusive Relationships: What You Need to Know

Sex Education and Abusive Relationships: What You Need to Know

Sex Education and Abusive Relationships: What You Need to KnowU Choose to Know Digest, 2018When you teach sex education (and maybe even when you teach other topics), the subject of abuse within relationships is likely to come up. Abuse is also sometimes called...

The Teacher’s Guide to Sex Ed

The Teacher’s Guide to Sex Ed

The Teacher's Guide to Sex Ed2018Providing quality sex ed is more than just anatomy and pregnancy. But how do you focus on all the stuff that matters to help students making informed and healthy choices? The Teacher’s Guide has 8 units (listed below) to cover the...

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