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Visit the Get Real campaign booth at these upcoming events:

The National Day to Prevent Teen Pregnancy
May 3, 2006
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2006 Adolescent Health Conference
"Health Rights of Teens"
May 18-19, 2006
Preservation Park & the First Unitarian Church
Oakland, California
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California Alliance Concerned with School-Age Parenting and Pregnancy Prevention Annual Conference
In conjunction with The Healthy Teen Network
“Coming of Age: Supporting Teens and Young Families in the 21st Century”
November 15-18, 2006
Hyatt Regency Orange County
Anaheim, California
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Reducing Teen Pregnancy:
Helping Teens Make Healthy Decisions Trainings

The California Family Health Council is pleased to offer two types of trainings designed to give you the tools to communicate well with teens about sex and sexuality topics:

Comprehensive One-Day Training
These highly interactive and participatory one-day trainings are designed for all adults who work with adolescents. These trainings are intended for teachers, guidance counselors, athletic coaches, school nurses, administrators, librarians, youth leaders, mentors, health care providers, foster parents and other adults who want to improve their ability to work effectively with the youth they serve.

Topics include:
    • A New Way of Looking at an Old Problem: Teen Pregnancy - an Adult Responsibility
    • Developmental Norms: Psychosocial and Sexual Development
    • Replacing Risk with Resiliency: A Youth Development Model for Working with Teens
    • Talking with Teens: Seizing the Moment
    • Working with Multiple Definitions: The Many Faces of Abstinence
    • Looking at Contraceptive Options Through the Eyes of Teens
    • Sexually Transmitted Diseases: How They Affect Teens
Tailored Training
CFHC can also provide you and/or your school or agency a training on any of the above listed topics. The length of the training may vary based on the topics you select. The training may be from two hours to one-day in length and will be held at your site. We will provide training materials for each participant.

For further information on either type of training, or to register for one of the trainings listed above, please call (800) 428-5438 and ask for the Teen Pregnancy Prevention Trainings.

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