With your help, we’ve been bringing medically accurate, age appropriate sexual education to Sunnyside School District for years.Read More
Guy Talk is just one of Child & Family Resources' pregnancy prevention programs. Young men ages 14-17 in the program learn about healthy masculinity, healthy relationships, sexual and reproductive health, consent, decision making and planning for a positive future. Recently one of these young men shared their experience and how Guy Talk has impacted their lives. "What I like about Guy Talk is everyone can be who they want to be." Another participant said, "Honestly everything that I learned at Guy Talk is very crucial to know."Read More
Child & Family Resources’ (CFR) Strengthening Families program is an opportunity for families to build on their basic family communication skills, parenting and family management. Recently, CFR had the opportunity to work with the Browns* family. Through Strengthening Families weekly sessions, the family learned about love & limits, house rules, encouragement, good listening skills and effective communication. Amazingly, after several sessions sitting down separately and as a family, the family grew in these areas and learned how to communicate positively and effectively with one another.Read More
Child & Family Resources is getting ready for our Youth Advisory Council for the 2017-2018 School Year!
Members of the Youth Advisory Council (YAC) gain valuable experience working in leadership roles to influence the community and make it a better place for everyone. Former YAC members have gone on to the Youth Leadership Team for the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, SIROW’s Youth Advisory Board, the Women’s Foundation UNIDAS Advisory Group, as well as college scholarships and more!
YAC members also receive lunch every day they attend, program-related gifts and giveaways, and gift cards!
Youth Advisory Members must be:
- Ages 11 to 20
- Living, working, or attending school in Pima, Cochise, or Santa Cruz County
- Willing and able to attend all meetings and events (see 2017-2018 schedule)
Transportation is only provided for the Retreat. Youth are responsible for arranging their own transportation for all other events.