We know that young people have questions.

That’s why, at Planned Parenthood, there are no questions too embarrassing to ask.

Young people benefit from access to facts and information about their own bodies. Our education programs serve more than 30,000 people every year. We provide an open door to teens who may not have an adult to answer questions, and to the adults who may not have all the answers.

Planned Parenthood’s Youth Education Programs include a variety of honest, age-appropriate presentations, trainings, and programs offered in classrooms, on campuses, or in community settings.

Peer Education Program (12 one-hour sessions)

This semester-long program trains teens (ages 15 to 19) to become a positive influence on their middle or high school campuses, and to grow as leaders in the ongoing efforts to prevent unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections. Peer Educators perform service projects on campus and in the community, and meet monthly with state-certified health educators in Orange and San Bernardino counties. They learn about healthy relationships, teen violence, body image, sexuality, reproductive health, and more. Select Peer Educators have the opportunity to attend the annual Peer Leadership Summit (hosted by Planned Parenthood Federation of America, funding permitting) and participate in other local activities.

Customized Topics and Presentations (60 – 90 minutes each)

Planned Parenthood offers a variety of interactive, culturally appropriate sessions that encourage young people to make informed decisions about their health. These sessions are offered in classrooms or in community settings, and include puberty, birth control methods, healthy relationships, bullying, safe social media, and more. Click here to view all our topics.


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