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Adult Education Course

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CHAT programs are evidence-based, effective, and free. All instructors are extensively trained through a Cornell University partnership, allowing our team to implement programs with expertise and fidelity. Programming provides youth with the knowledge, skills, and resources necessary to make responsible choices for their health.

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CHAT offers evidence-based programs designed to educate youth at an age-appropriate level. These programs have shown evidence of significantly reducing adolescent risk-taking behavior. All curricula align with the NYS Sex Education Standards.

Once an evidence-based program has been completed, additional sessions can be provided in relation to adolescent development, peer pressure, stress reduction, internet safety, self-esteem, healthy relationships, healthy communication, and personal values.

OUR PROGRAMS

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Be Proud! Be Responsible!

Be Proud! Be Responsible! is a 6-module curriculum intended for high school age youth ages 13-18.  This program provides adolescents with the knowledge, motivation, and skills necessary to change their behaviors in a way that will reduce their risk of pregnancy or contracting HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases. The goal of this program is to increase perception of personal vulnerability, as well as to develop positive attitudes toward abstinence and/or safer sex. The curriculum develops the skills and confidence needed to abstain successfully from sex, as well as to use safer sex practices willingly and effectively should they choose to be sexually active.

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Making Proud Choices!

Making Proud Choices! is a 14-module curriculum intended for middle school age youth ages 11-14. This program is designed to empower youth to practice safe behavior that reduces their risk of becoming infected with HIV and other STDs, as well as significantly decreases their chances of being involved in unintended pregnancies.

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Project AIM (Adult Identity Mentoring)

Project AIM (Adult Identity Mentoring) is a youth development-focused, 12-module intervention designed to reduce sexual risk behaviors among youth ages 11-14. The program engages young adolescents in thinking about their possible futures, sparking the motivation to make safe choices.

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Rights, Respect, and Responsibility

Rights, Respect, and Responsibility features a number of flexible curriculums designed to provide all  students K-12 with age-appropriate information related to their body, health, and safety, as well as the skills to adopt responsible behaviors.

**Rights, Respect, and Responsibility is not an evidence-based program.

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M.B.F. Child Safety Matters and Teen Safety Matters

M.B.F. Child Safety Matters and Teen Safety Matters  are research-based primary prevention programs designed to educate and empower students K-12 with information and strategies to prevent, recognize, and respond appropriately to bullying, cyberbullying, digital dangers, and all types of child abuse and exploitation.

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