PPT offers a wide range of workshops for different communities of youth throughout the city to promote healthy sexuality and informed decision making. Through workshops ranging from birth control options to healthy relationships and STIs, we give you the knowledge and skills to make healthy choices.
We offer a range of workshops for youth in community settings, such as high schools, youth shelters, group homes, community centres, and recreational settings, that promote healthy sexuality and informed decision-making. Our goal is to give youth the information and skills that they need to make informed decisions for themselves. Our workshop topics for youth include:
Supporting Newcomer Access Project (SNAP) is a peer sexual health education and leadership project for newcomer youth in Toronto. We train newcomer youth in the city to become sexual health educators who then make and lead workshops all around the city. All of our workshops are free.
Our mental health promotion workshops for youth aim to build strengths, competencies and resources to improve mental health. The workshops promote mental health literacy and positive mental health, while also addressing stigma around mental health, for groups of youth in school and community settings, primarily working with youth who are not currently experiencing mental health challenges.
The PEAK program provides HIV and STI prevention and anti-stigma peer education. We aim to educate and inform youth through interactive activities. Our volunteers are trained to facilitate activities and workshops that engage participants in conversations about HIV, STIs and stigma.
TEACH is a peer-based youth anti-homophobia/biphobia/transphobia education program. We deliver high-quality peer education activities in high schools and community settings across the city. Our award winning program brings diverse groups of youth together for frank, open discussions facilitated by trained peer volunteers.
Youth and masculinities peer project (YMPP) provides sexual health education for young men and masculine-identified youth, including trans and cis men, masculine of center youth, and non-binary youth who attach to masculinities in some way. We offer peer-led workshops for youth 13-29 years about the impact of masculinities on sexual and reproductive health, relationships, and communication.