Families Talking Together
A parent-based intervention to prevent and/or reduce sexual risk behavior among Latino and African American adolescents, and is ideal for caregivers who have youth ages 10-14. The main components are parent discussions with an interventionist and a family workbook designed to teach parents effective communication skills, build parent-adolescent relationships, help parents develop successful monitoring strategies, and teach adolescents assertiveness and refusal skills.
Brave Conversations is a 4-hour virtual or in-person workshop for child welfare professionals, foster parents, caregivers, mentors, and other supportive adults to learn how to be a safe and trustworthy resource for young people and connect with other supportive adults working through similar challenges.
Askable Adults is a two to four hour training for youth-serving professionals, community members, and volunteers to become more approachable and knowledgeable to refer youth for sexual and reproductive health care and other related services.