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.
Who We Serve
We serve a 6 county area in Northwest Ohio, and reach over 5,000 students a year! Our program presents to 75 public and private schools, including grades 6-12.