CYP’s programs can be implemented in four ways:
1. As a program to fulfill the requirements of California Healthy Youth Act (CHYA).
CYP is excited to announce that we are offering a brand new curriculum called, HEART: Healthy Education and Relationship Training. This program meets all Ed Code requirements and builds risk elimination and primary prevention skills while supporting mainstream family values. It is getting ready to be piloted this school year.
2. As a parallel program to an existing Comprehensive Sex Ed program to address the need for primary prevention education.
3. As an alternative program for parents, schools and students who are opting out of existing Comprehensive Sex Education.
CHYA Article 4. Notice and Parental Excuse [51937-51939]
(c) While comprehensive sexual health education, HIV prevention education, or anonymous, voluntary, and confidential test, questionnaire, or survey on pupil health behaviors and risks is being administered, an alternative educational activity shall be made available to pupils whose parents or guardians have requested that they not receive the instruction or participate in the test, questionnaire, or survey.
4. As a private course for students as well as for parents.
We offer several strategies for developing Healthy Relationship Skills. We welcome collaboration from various organizations and agencies to make this important education accessible to youth and young adults. We are committed to work with your individual needs and budget. If you want to learn more, please contact us now for a consultation or for a workshop.
To meet the wide needs of the participants, we offer six different programs. Click the + button to learn more.
Program 1: Choosing the Best
Recommended for participants with high trusted adult involvement. Each year, topics build on one another and can be easily incorporated in school settings in a span of 1.5 weeks
5-8, 50-minute lessons
8, 50-minute lessons
High School: Choosing the Best Journey
5, 50-minute lessons
High School: Choosing the Best Soulmate
Program 2: Relationship Smarts Plus SRA Adaptation
Recommended to participants who have typical exposure to sex on and offline and need more support. More holistic in covering sex beyond risk, protection, and pregnancy. Emphasis on building boundaries, healthy intimacy, communication skills, and understanding family patterns
13, 50-minute lessons facilitated in a long-term setting (i.e. after school clubs, quarter long class)
Program 3: Love Notes SRA Adaptation
Recommended for high risk participants who have been exposed to various risks
15, 60-minute lessons facilitated in a long-term setting (emphasis is on building new skills to move away from risks with positive support.)
Program 4: Mind Matters
Recommended for students with ACEs. Can be incorporated with one of the three programs mentioned above in a long term setting. Builds self regulation skills, self-care practice, compassion for the hijacked brain, and living intentionally
12, 50-minute lessons
Program 5: Trusted Adult/Parent/Educator Workshop
1.5 hour presentation about California legislation regarding Sex Ed, different approaches to prevention education, rights of parents, Q &A, and more
Program 6: Trusted Adult/Parent/Educator Course
12, 50-minute lessons
Recommended to equip and empower parents with the latest research and medical information re: healthy relationships, communication skills, STDs, HIV, unplanned pregnancy, refusal skills development, safe social media usage, and future goal setting. This course is designed for parents to confidently converse with and support their children in topics related to developing healthy relationship and sexuality.
Explore why the quality of a romantic relationship matters....
Learn about research findings that show patterns that will harm or protect relationships through our programs!
Please click the link below for lesson topics covered in the programs