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Research shows bullying affects all youth, including those who are bullied, those who bully others,
and those who witness bullying. Our programs educate students on the various types of bullying, and teach the importance of treating others with kindness, how to be an “Up-Stander”, and the power of perspective.
Presented by grade level for relevance, students discover the dangers associated with nicotine (including vaping and dabbing), alcohol, marijuana, synthetic drugs, and misuse of sharing of prescription drugs. They also learn about substance abuse and addiction, and the impact it can have on their health, family, and future goals.
It’s been said we don’t yet know the ramifications the pandemic will have on today’s youth. A mental health crisis has emerged due to isolation and loneliness. Our programs destigmatize common misconceptions around mental health and provide tools to help them navigate life’s challenges.
Presented by grade level for relevance, these programs encourage students to focus on their dreams and goals by providing them with research-based information on how to achieve optimal health. Content is presented in an approachable and engaging manner, educating students on important topics: pregnancy, STDs, sex trafficking, sexual abuse, sexting, legal consequences, peer pressure and the media.
*All programs follow the guidelines for HB 1525 and key components of SB 9, Texas Education Code Section 28.004.
Today the talk about “the birds and the bees” is deemed an awkward conversation between parent and child, but it doesn’t have to be that way! This program will debunk the daunting idea of “the sex talk,” highlighting the importance of ongoing conversations about human development, anatomy, sex, and reproduction.
To book a program, or to learn more about how we can partner, call us at 888.579.5790, or fill out the form below and a Youth Equipped to Succeed representative will respond to you promptly. We look forward to hearing from you!
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