Choosing the Best Life: Relationship Education
We know relationships can be tricky, and they keep getting trickier the more involved you get. If you've been thinking about whether you should start having sex with your significant other, or you're feeling pressured into sex, or you're worried about things like STDs, pregnancy and sexual violence, then this class is for you. This relationship education class will teach you how to reduce sexual risk and have healthy relationships. Join us and empower yourself with the knowledge to make the best decisions for healthy relationships!
We know you can make the best choice for your life when you have all the information. That's why we want to give you as much information as we can! This is a safe space to talk about a sensitive topic that matters to you and your relationship.
This course is open to 18 and 19-year-old teenagers living in 11 NC counties (Duplin, Onslow, Halifax, Wilson, Edgecombe, Nash, Scotland, Hoke, Roberson, Brunswick and Swain) to help you choose the best options for your life when it comes to sexual risk. If you sign up to join us, you will gain knowledge and the tools necessary to build healthy relationships.
We think that sex and healthy relationships are such important topics that we are going to pay you with a $50 gift card if you finish the course! Use it on yourself, for a date or anything else! Think of it as a small token of our appreciation for your willingness to learn with us.
The course is 100% online. Each session will be between 2-3 hours over four days. All you need is a quiet spot to listen and the internet.
So Join Us!
We're here to help you answer that burning question: should you start having sex? Our first class is August 3 - August 6 from 9 am to noon*, so sign up as soon as possible to save your spot.
Monday August 3: 9 am to noon
Tuesday, August 4: 9 am to 11 am
Wednesday, August 5: 9 am to 11 am
Thursday August 6: 9 am to noon
Funding for this project [Sexual Risk Avoidance Education] was provided by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Grant #90SR0039-01-00. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families. Federal funds total $422, 521.00.