Materials for Parents & Mentors

Materials for Parents, Champions, & Mentors

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Check out our 6 tips to help guide you through a thoughtful and (hopefully) slightly less awkward conversation about sex with the young people in your life.
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Use the tips and guidelines below to start important conversations, plan for the future, and create stability within 18+ year olds.
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Use the tips and guidelines below to start important conversations early, plan for the future, and build trust with 8-12 year olds
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Two fathers, Michael and Anthony, share why it's it's okay to say "I don't know".
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These results reaffirm what we know to be true here at Power to Decide: champions play a prominent role in influencing young people's knowledge about sex. 
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Most adults agree that teens should have a trusted adult champion, mentor, or network to provide them with guidance on topics like sex, love, and birth control.
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One of the most consistent findings over the years has been the power of parental influence. Teens say parents most influence their decisions about sex.
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10 Ways to Address Teen Pregnancy Prevention Among Youth in Foster Care
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Can TV shows help parents discuss important topic with their teens, even if they aren’t watching TV together? Our survey results of teen girls age 13–-16 say yes.
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Este recurso está diseñado para aumentar la capacidad de los padres para ayudar a sus hijos evitar el embarazo en la adolescencia.
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Advice for parents and others adults from teens about how to help young people avoid teen pregnancy.
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Here are 10 modest tips that parents—and any adults who have young people in their lives—can use to start a conversation.