If you know a teen who has a question, Planned Parenthood Teen 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 that 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 next Peer Helpers Session focuses on Healthy Relationships. The session is free to attend and will be held virtually on Wednesday, April 28 from 1:00 to 2:00 pm.
For more information, or to register, visit the Peer Helpers: Healthy Relationships event page. Attendees have the option to join and ask questions anonymously, but they must register for the program to receive a link. If your teen would like to remain anonymous when registering, they can submit their registration using only initials, instead of a name.