School Programs

We offer free, evidence-based prevention programs for middle or high schools tailored to meet the needs of students, teachers, and the school’s calendar. Through these programs, we have reached thousands of students in public, private, charter and parochial schools throughout Milwaukee County.

Making Proud Choices/RELATE

  • The Making Proud Choices! (MPC) curriculum is a safe-sex approach to HIV/AIDS and teen pregnancy prevention.

  • The goals of the program are to increase HIV/AIDs knowledge, to combat negative beliefs about condom use, and to promote condom use self-efficacy.

  • The focus is to increase understanding about what constitutes a healthy relationship and to inform students about sexual harassment, sexting, and dating violence.

  • RELATE adds an additional two sessions to the MPC lessons.

LifeSkills, LifeSkills Transitions 
& LifeSkills Training

  • LifeSkills is a substance use and violence prevention program that equips young people with the skills they need to make healthy decisions and live a positive and productive life. for 6th - 12th grades.

  • Topics covered include Goal Setting, Effective Communication, Managing Stress, Decision-Making, Time and Money Management, and Building Relationships.

  • Free LifeSkills Transition classes are occasionally offered for 16-20 year old youth at The Parenting Network during the summer.

Promoting Health Among Teens

  • Promoting Health Among Teens (PHAT) curriculum is an abstinence-based approach to HIV/AIDS and teen pregnancy prevention.

  • The goals are to educate students about puberty, increase STD/ STI and HIV/AIDs knowledge, to improve refusal and negotiation skills, and to promote abstinence.

  • RELATE adds two sessions about healthy relationships to the PHAT lessons.