Community Education

Centro Hispano offers a variety of educational classes available to community members.

 

Abstinence Educatgroup on benchion Program

Geared toward students between 13 and 20 years old, this program focuses on getting teens to think about their future goals and dreams, and how an unplanned pregnancy or STD/STI infection may cause a detour in their plans. The program also gives teens tools to use that will help them say “no” to peer pressure, and have healthy conversations. Due to the nature of some of these topics, a parental consent is required for each participant (unless they are over the age of 18). Making A Difference is the curriculum used and only comes in English.

For more information or schedule a class, call 801-691-5286.

 

Healthy Relationships

Focused on identifying and maintaining healthy relationships among students between 10 and 25 years old, this program discusses defining healthy and unhealthy relationships, becoming aware of red flags, managing anger, how to help friends, and community resources. Safe Dates is the curriculum used and only comes in English.

For more information or schedule a class, call 801-691-5286.

 

Families Talking Together

This program helps prepare parents build stronger relationships with their teens as they prepare to have difficult and sensitive conversations that will effect their teens’ lives. This program is offered in Spanish and English.

For more information call 801-691-5286.

How to Talk to Teens About Sex

This one-hour presentation focuses on STD/STI rates in our local area, myths and facts about having “the talk”, suggestions on how to begin “the talk”, and other helpful tips. This presentation can be added as a supplementary material for Families Talking Together, or as a stand alone presentation.  This presentation is available in both Spanish and English.

For more information call 801-691-5286.

 

Citizenship/Naturalization Exam Preparation

Individuals preparing for the citizenship/naturalization exam can do so in a classroom environment with other students in the same situation. Topics covered include reading, writing, vocabulary, U.S. history and government, and the 100 questions presented in the exam.

For more information call 801-655-0250.

Classes are Thursdays 6pm-7:30pm. Must register before attending.