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Why is Sex Education important?

Compared to state and national numbers, Christian County has elevated rates of gonorrhea and chlamydia. In an effort to support healthy sexual practices within the community, the CCHD offers Sexual Transmitted Disease (STD) screenings and treatment as well as STD prevention education.

 

Draw the Line, Respect the Line-Grades 6-8

This multisession program:
•Stresses that postponing sexual activity is the best plan 
•Covers setting limits to prevent HIV, STD and
pregnancy 
•Discusses social pressures, challenges to personal limits, and communication and refusal skills 
•Evaluated in a research study 
•Offers fun, interactive lessons

 

Be Proud, Be Responsible!-Grades 9-12 

"Be Proud! Be Responsible!" is a 6-module curriculum that provides adolescents with the knowledge, motivation and skills necessary to change their behaviors in ways that will reduce their risk of contracting HIV, other sexually transmitted diseases and getting pregnant. 

 

ABC’s of Sex Education - Grades 8-Adult

In school the social pressures are high and this 3-part series specifically outlines the effects of risky sexual behaviors including STD’s and pregnancy prevention as well as healthy relationships.

 

ABC’s of Sex Education - Grades 8-Adult

In school the social pressures are high and this 3-part series specifically outlines the effects of risky sexual behaviors including STD’s and pregnancy prevention as well as healthy relationships.

 

Baby Wise

Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) prevention education

 

The Puberty Workshop - Grades 4 - 6

This 5-session program arms students with everything they need to know about the emotional and physical changes of puberty.

                                                                           

Parents Matter!- Parents of Preteens

Parents Matter! is an evidence-based prevention program for parents of pre-teens.This community-level family prevention program is designed to enhance protective parenting practices and promote parent-child discussions about sexuality and sexual risk reduction.

  

 





   
 


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Christian County Health Department
PO BOX 647 / 1700 Canton Street
Hopkinsville, KY 42240
Phone: 270-887-4160
Fax: 270-887-4165
Oak Grove WIC Clinic
240 Thompsonville Lane
Oak Grove, KY 42262
Phone: 270-640-6022
Fax:270-640-6099