HEALTH PROMOTION

Classes Offered

Bystander Intervention

This program teaches youth (grades 6-9) how to be an Upstander: someone who (1) recognizes a potentially harmful situation and (2) decides to act in a safe way to positively influence the outcome. Students will learn and practice bystander intervention skills and techniques, and increase their efficacy (belief that you can or will be able to act and will be successful) to intervene. Taught in English.

For more information or to schedule a class, call 801-655-0258.

Tobacco Prevention & Advocacy

This youth program includes 6 lessons that can be taught virtually or in-person. Smoking has been proven to increase chances of contracting COVID-19 as well as complicating subsequent health effects upon contraction. There has never been a more urgent time to teach youth about the dangers of tobacco, especially with the rising popularity of e-cigarettes.


For more information or to schedule a class, e-mail [email protected]


Families Talking Together

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

For more information, call 801-655-0258.

Healthy Relationships

Focused on identifying and maintaining healthy relationships among students between 10 and 25 years old, this program discusses defining healthy vs unhealthy relationships, becoming aware of red flags, managing anger, how to effectively and safely help friends, and community resources. The curricula used is called Safe Dates, and Upstanding. Taught in English.

For more information or to schedule a class, call 801-655-0258.

Making Proud Choices

Geared toward students between 14 and 21 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 resources to help them say say “no” to peer pressure, and have healthy conversations with partners. Due to the nature of this topic, parental consent is required for each participant (unless they are over the age of 18). The Making Proud Choices program is offered in English.

For more information or to schedule a class, call 801-655-0258.

Events Held

(In partnership with the Teen Health & Wellness Coalition)
(In partnership with Your Light International)