Truth, Facts & Lies is a seven-session educational program for high school students. Each school selects 20-40 participants. Our volunteers meet with selected students once per month throughout the school year to present a lesson developed by our curriculum team. We cover bullying, social media, online solicitation & human trafficking, dating and relationship abuse, the teenage brain & addiction, and Louisiana law as it relates consent, sexting, etc. The program culminates in Awareness Day, in which students have an opportunity to share what they have learned with their peers through games, etc.
Take Charge is a program designed for teen girls to cover a variety of topics. We are currently offering Take Charge: Kiss My Harassment Goodbye, which cover sexual harassment and the portrayal of women in the media. This session lasts approximately three hours. If you would like to schedule a workshop for your organization email email@example.com.
We have a 90-minute presentation just for parents and adults who interact with teens. We look at brain development and communication strategies, how social media is affecting teen lives and their brains, anticipatory guidance and current research findings on social issues facing teens. We discuss strategies for monitoring your teen’s social media activity. If you would like to schedule a parent seminar, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our team has had the privilege of presenting information regarding teens, communication strategies, and social issues for medical professionals, social workers, law enforcement, educators & counselors. We have presented at the Connections Count conference in 2017 and 2018. If you are interested in booking someone from our team for your organization, please contact email@example.com.
“I enjoyed learning the stuff I did in TFL. It’s a program that I believe will change people’s lives. I appreciate the time y’all took out of your day to teach us this.”
-9th grade student
“I liked how y’all knew what you were covering and helped us find solutions.”
– 9th grade student
“No one is talking to us about this stuff. Maybe they’re uncomfortable? But we need to hear it because we’re exposed to it everyday.”
-9th grade female after Addiction session
“Before the abuse lesson I though I was weird because I wasn’t making my boyfriend check in or go through his phone. Now I know I’m doing it right”
-11th grade student
“This was an excellent presentation; lots of WONDERFUL information! EXCELLENT!”
“My children are a little younger so this was a really great lesson for me on where to start. You will see me again in the future.”