Reality Check presentations are available for youth of all ages, middle school through college. Presentations are age appropriate and tailored to the group.
All parents are encouraged to attend a parent workshop to gain insights and tools that will better equip them to have effective conversations with their children and family.
Presentations for Students:
Sex & Your Future
Set goals, examine topics surrounding sex, discuss the possibilities of an unintended pregnancy—prevention, knowing the signs, how to navigate options
Sex & Your Health
Consider the benefits of pacing relationships, building respect, and prioritizing clear communication, discuss STIs—common types, possible symptoms, and prevention
Sex & the Media
Discuss the prevalence of media influence, evaluate personal use of technology, define the laws, effects, and dangers of sexting, sex-trafficking, and pornography
Media & YOU
Discuss appropriate vs. inappropriate media content, discover how to safely use all forms of media (the web, TV, video games, social media, and more) *Intended for 5th and 6th grades
Mark personal core values, compare qualities of love/lust/crush, set healthy boundaries, identify actions that signify abuse, explore the 4 pillars of a healthy relationship
Presentations for Parents:
Parents Matter Most
Understand why parents don't talk to their kids about sex, learn tips on how to connect with your child, and receive an introduction of our 4 core presentation series
The Empowered Parent
A two-night series to explore the following: Parenting goals, the teen—body, brain, and social world, effective communication, and valuing you child
The Lunch Club (or TLC) is a specialized 7-week student group program for select Elementary, Middle and High school students. The program is geared towards assisting students in discovering and reflecting on who they are, the influences their families, friends, and the culture has on them, as well as the impact they can have on their fellow classmates and within society. The club meets once a week during a school’s lunch period.
The Lunch Club is inspired by the 80’s film “The Breakfast Club” with the goal of reaching a variety of kids (the jock, the popular girl, the nerd, the quiet-one, etc.) all of whom have potential to impact their schools in their own unique way.
Counselors. Teachers. Principals. Bring The Lunch Club to your school and see the impact.
If you're interested in small groups, mentorship, or have additional questions, feel free to contact us.