Powered by Google
How To Help Young People>>
Contact Your PTA Or School
Get The Facts
Organize Your Community
Take Action
Contact Us


topleft topright


The best information compiled all in one place to help you talk to young people about sex and help them make healthy choices.

Ten Tips For Parents to Help Thier Children Avoid Teen Pregnancy


Ten Tips for Foster Parents

From the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

Talking Back: Ten Things Teens Want Parents to Know About Teen Pregnancy

From the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

Check out Families Are Talking, a publication empowering parents and caregivers to communicate with their children about sexuality-related issues.

Parent's Sex Ed Center

from Advocates for Youth

National Institute On Media and the Family - Building healthy families through the wise use of media.
SexTalk.org - Parent Resource has plenty of great information


Blog Sites, Profile Sites, Diary Sites or Social-Networking Sites

Tips from WiredSafety.org

Safeteens.com - Tips for parents with blogger teens.

Netsmartz - Workshops for parents, PTAs and educators.
IKeepsafe.org - A great parent resource center to help your kids keep safe online.


quote1 parentspic


Books that can help

How to Talk to Your Child About Sex .
Eyre, Linda and Richard.   New York: GoldenBooks, 1998.

It's So Amazing!: A Book about Eggs, Sperm, Birth, Babies, and Families.
Harris, Robie H. Illustrated by Michael Emberley.
Cambridge, MA: Candlewick Press, 1999. (All ages)

It's Perfectly Normal: Growing Up, Changing Bodies, Sex and Sexual Health.
Harris, Robie H.  Cambridge, MA: Candlewick Press, 1994. (Ages 10 and up)

Sex Is More Than a Plumbing Lesson: A Parent's Guide to Sexuality Education for Infants Through the Teen Years.
Stark, Patty. Dallas, TX: Preston Hollow Enterprises, 1990.


btmleft btmright


home | teens | parents | educators | clergy | policymakers | media | take action| contact us

Our website is best viewed with: Netscape 6.0 or later, Mozilla 1.0 or later, Safari, or Internet Explorer 5.0 or later

© 2004 Get the Facts NY • info@getthefactsny.org
Get the Facts NY is a project of Family Planning Advocates of New York State (FPA)
and the Planned Parenthood Affiliates of New York State