Growing Together (9-11 yrs.) brings daughters and their parents together to candidly discuss anatomy, physiology, puberty, menstruation, feminine health and hygiene, reproduction, STDs, HIV/AIDS, parenthood, pregnancy, contraception and protection.
Will Power/Won’t Power (12-14 yrs.) concentrates on the social and peer pressures that lead young women into early sexual activity and focuses on building skills to enable adolescents to confront these issues. Information, assertiveness training, and specifically saying “no” when pressured to have sex are features of this program.
Taking Care of Business (15-18yrs) is a curriculum of though-provoking exercises that challenge teenage girls to think about their futures and develop skills needed for decision-making, values clarification, goal setting, self-evaluation, family planning, career research, and examining the reality of childbearing and STD contraction as a deterrent to achieving an independent, productive life in adulthood.
Health Bridges (12-18 yrs.) was added to give girls the opportunity to learn about whom they can talk to when they need help, specifically which types of doctors and agencies to turn to for information. Girls are helped to feel more comfortable about community-based health services, including testing and care, throughout their teenage years.