Yo Soy tu Niña

Dinner and Family Movie Night

The movie Yo Soy tu Niña is about a teenage girl who begins dating an older guy. When her dad finds out that guy is sexting his daughter, he gets very upset. If you’re worried about your parents acting the same way about a person you like or want to date, bring them to dinner and movie night. The workshop presenters are experts in the field! After the movie, they will lead you and your parents through a safe and helpful conversation about dating, relationships, and sex. You don't have to start the conversation by yourself!  Watch the movie trailer.

Ages
  • Movie and discussion topics are appropriate for teens 11-19
  • Parents or trusted adult
Genders

All genders

Food/Childcare

Pizza provided for the whole family. Activities for children under 11. 

Questions?

Call (520) 326-8186


Workshops Open to the Public

Wednesday, May 3rd, 5:00 - 7:00 pm at Lauffer Middle School, Library Resource Center
Wednedsay, May 17th, 5:00 - 7:00 pm at Apollo Middle School, Library Resource Center



Teen & Parent Night

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Teen & Parent night is a great place for you and your parents to learn about sexual health. You can both learn about forms of birth control, including abstinence, and how to avoid sexually transmitted infections (STI). Your workshop presenters will use fun games and exercises to help the conversation. You and your parent can get on the same page about dating, relationships, and sex.

Ages
  • Activities and discussion topics appropriate for teens 13-19
  • Parents or trusted adult
Genders

All genders

Food/childcare

Dinner provided. Activities for children under 13. 

Questions?

Call (520) 326-8186


Workshops Open to the Public

Workshops coming soon



Guy Talk

Guy Talk is a program for teen guys taught by guys. While playing games with friends and winning prizes, you can learn about healthy masculinity, sexual and reproductive health, and healthy relationships! In each session of the program, you will focus on important areas of your life, like what it’s like to be a guy in the world, how to have healthy friendships and relationships, important information about and sex, how to take charge of your life and your choices, and how to make a plan for your future.

Ages

High school freshman boys

Gender

Boys

Questions?

Call (520) 326-8186 or email Guy Talk


Two-Day Workshops Open to the Public

Saturday, April 22nd and Saturday, April 29th, 9:30 am - 3:00 pm (lunch included) at Child & Family Resources



Youth Empowered for Success (YES)

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You have a voice! You can make a big difference at your school and community. Join the YES team and work on projects that transform your school for the better. You have something to say about healthy living, achievement and what it means to live an alcohol and drug free teen life. Join YES during your school year.

Ages

Students currently attending

  • CDO High School
  • Cienega High School
  • Desert View High School
  • Marana High School
  • Palo Verde High School
  • Pueblo High School
  • Sunnyside High School
Gender

All genders

Register

Contact the YES Champion at the specific school

Questions?

Call (520) 573-3320


Reducing the Risk

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Reducing the Risk is a workshop for you and your friends! You’ll be in a fun and safe space to ask presenters who know their stuff and can answer any questions you have about dating, relationships, and reproductive health. Have fun spending time with friends in a shame-free, real-world answers environment!

Ages

For any 9th grader residing in Pima County

Gender

All genders

Questions?

Call (520) 326-8186


Workshops Open to the Public

Workshops coming soon



The Grrrls Project

Back by popular demand is our Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Start for Grrrls! Hands-on science and engineering projects with friends and fun. In the workshops we’re going to learn a little bit about each of these fields by playing with the concepts in a way you don’t normally get to do during science or math class in school. You’ll learn that science, technology, engineering and math are fun and skills are not determined by gender—everyone can be AWESOME at STEM! You’ll focus on real-world ways science can be used to make change in the world.

Ages

11-15 

Gender

Girls 

Questions?

Call (520) 326-8186 or email The Grrrls Project


Workshops Open to the Public

Workshops coming soon