What We Do
Our in-school classroom presentations focus on: goal setting, healthy choices, dating violence, character development, adolescent health, assertiveness and boundaries. Our entire staff are SRAS (Sexual Risk Avoidance Specialist) Certified facilitators.
In-school assemblies offer locally and often times nationally recognized speakers who present an hour of engaging information. Assemblies are typically offered in the Fall and Spring semesters.
Our in-service is an annual workshop for teachers, nurses, guidance counselors, school administrators, parents and other youth-oriented professionals. Keynote speakers provide research, stats and culturally relevant teaching methods. Offered in the Fall for a minimum fee, this program provides CEU’s for all who attend.
Project Respect is a relevant source for current statistics and trending information. In order to educate parents and teens, we also provide presentations to churches, community events, civic organizations and conferences.