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Our presentations provide a comprehensive and holistic approach that focus on the real-life struggles teens face as they navigate through the difficult adolescent years. We teach youth the benefits of avoiding risky behaviors such as: sexual activity, alcohol, drugs, and violence.


Sexual risk avoidance (SRA) education makes clear that having sex can potentially affect teens emotionally, psychologically, socially, economically, and may also have educational consequences, as research shows. This is why topics frequently discussed in an SRA class include: how to build a healthy relationship; how to avoid or get out of a dangerous and unhealthy relationship; developing skills to make good decisions; establishing goals and taking realistic steps to reach them; understanding and avoiding STIs; information about contraceptives and their effectiveness against pregnancy and STIs; practical ways to avoid inappropriate sexual advances; and why waiting until a committed long lasting relationship to engage in sexual activity is optimal.


Our presentations are designed with a risk avoidance approach, teaching youth the benefits of avoiding risky behaviors such as: sexual activity, alcohol and other drugs, and violence. They provide a comprehensive and holistic approach that focuses on the real-life struggles teens face as they navigate their difficult adolescent years. By empowering students to go from risk reduction to risk avoidance, we help them achieve optimal health for their lives.

All materials and teaching methods used are from evidence-based, reviewed curriculum. 


The content of our SRA programs takes a holistic, reality based, approach and they are:


  1. Medically Accurate

  2. Science-Based

  3. Age Appropriate

  4. Culturally Sensitive

  5. Parent-Friendly


SRA programs focus on the whole person and show the connection between healthy decision-making that leads to fulfilled life outcomes. Connexions presentations empower today's youth to take a proactive role in improving their lives.


Risk avoidance is not just about saying “no” to risky activity, it is about saying “yes” to a life of freedom and positive decision-making that will set a young person up for academic success in high school and beyond.

Empowering Youth to Build Healthy Relationships and Achieve Their Dreams