Enhancing parent/child communication skills.
Reducing unhealthy risk-taking behaviors, including:
premarital sex, drugs, alcohol and violence.
Developing skills to refuse unwanted pressure.
Improving student interpersonal relationship skills, including
establishing and communicating personal boundaries
Decreasing teen pregnancies, sexually transmitted infections,
and the emotional consequences of teen sexual activity.
Our dynamic, engaging school programs are based on the public health principle of primary prevention, which upholds the human right to the highest attainable standard of health. Our presentations empower teens by equipping them with the knowledge and strategies for making healthy choices regarding sexual activity, relationships, and other high risk behaviors. Credible scientific/medical information that can influence behavior and choices, and even change lives, is utilized.
Our classroom education programs consist of four 40-50 minute lessons that are easily accommodated within four standard class periods. The captivating presentations feature a variety of creative teaching methods to keep the students engaged and motivated to make wise, healthy decisions:
All curricula are age-appropriate and address such issues as goal setting, importance of self-control and respect, sexually transmitted infections, teen pregnancy, personal responsibility, boundary setting, refusal skills, renewed abstinence and much more.
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Maximum Freedom, Inc. strongly believes that you, as parents, are the primary source of sex education for your child. With that in mind, we also know that you appreciate tools that can equip and empower you to guide your teen. Our parent workshops are packed with vital information, practical suggestions, and resources.
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Maximum Freedom, Inc. is a Partner of the Ohio Adolescent Health Centers. Funding for this project is provided in part by the Ohio Department of Health, Sexual Risk Avoidance Grant #02160021SR0220 awarded to Relationships Under Construction. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the Ohio Department of Health.