GRIP is a FREE 8 week program designed for young moms who need physical, emotional, spiritual and social support.
Relevant topics for everyday living include:
P.A.R.E. is aimed to assist those who have had an abortion and those who have been associated with the abortion.
SYMPTOMS OF POST ABORTION STRESS:
Dads Stepping Up To The Plate a 4 week group for guys who want to make a difference in the lives of their children.
This 4 week course will include:
'SEX. THINK. DECIDE'
SEX. THINK. DECIDE is an interactive 1 hour, hard hitting, ‘SEXUAL REALITIES’ Power Point presentation with current and relevant FACTS.
Our program is unique. It presents the issues of teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections as prevalent epidemics. It challenges students to make healthy choices by giving them the tools they need to act and respond.
DID YOU KNOW
- Most HPV infections occur with no symptoms, even the potentially cancer causing strains**
- You can have HIV and have not symptoms for years**
- The highest rates of STI’s in Canada are among young people ages 15-24**
- There are 4 new cases of Chlamydia every day in the London area, almost all are high school and university age students*
** Public Health Agency of Canada * Middlesex London Health Unit
'STOP. THINK. DECIDE'
STOP. THINK. DECIDE is a 1hour interactive presentation discussing infant harm prevention. In this presentation we utilize life-like simulators demonstrating:
DID YOU KNOW
- Over 300 babies in Canada are born with FASD every year**
- There is no safe amount of alcohol or drugs to be consumed at any time during pregnancy
- SBS is the most common cause of death in physically abused children*
** Canadian Medical Association * Nation Centre on Shaken Baby Syndrome
SEX. THINK. DECIDE & STOP. THINK. DECIDE are presentations that are free of charge for schools, community and youth groups and are facilitated by trained presenters. They can be individual presentations or combined which run 1hr 15minutes and can be requested.Contact Us Click here to book a presentation. To speak with the program coordinator please call 519.432.2073