If you know a teen who has a question, Planned Parenthood’s Peer Helpers have an answer. Sponsored by Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Peer Helpers are trained teens who present and educate on an array of health topics teens face, such as abstinence, healthy relationships, sexual orientation, gender identity, sexual decision-making, sexually transmitted infections, HIV/AIDS, contraception, teen pregnancy, and much more. If you know a teen who wants to talk with a peer about what’s going on in their life, let them know about this free program.
The Planned Parenthood Presents Peer Helpers Ask Me Anything Session will be held on Wednesday, February 17 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm. Once registered, a link will be sent with instructions for joining the meeting. If preferred, teens will be able to join the meeting anonymously.
For more information, visit the Planned Parenthood Presents Peer Helpers Ask Me Anything: Mythbusters Ed. event page.