Loving my Future

The Loving My Future program fills service gaps for particularly vulnerable Arizona high school youth populations by teaching Sexual Risk Avoidance and positive youth development activities. These activities significantly reduce the teen’s risk for unplanned pregnancy and instigate cultural shifts away from early sexual debut. 

At Arizona Youth Partnership, we believe that healthy relationships are the basis for success, including career success. 

In prevention with Pima Prevention Partnership, a trained Pathways coach will deliver the program to up to 20 youth.  Youth will receive training in first aid, learn about healthy relationships, develop a career plan and participate in a service learning project.   Money Habitudes, a financial literacy curriculum will help youth evaluate their beliefs and opinions about money, and learn budgeting skills.    All participants in the program will receive First Aid/CPR certification and receive $75.00 upon completion of the program toward work/education supplies.

The program will also use the Love Notes curriculum

Loving My Future

High schools, youth shelters, community


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Real Stories

Testimonials from just a few of our valuable program participants, educators, and community members.

Our Kingman office asked the youth, "How can you light up the world with kindess?"

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- How can you light up the world with kindness?

Choosing the Best Description: CTB is the primary curriculum used for healthy relationship education facilitation. Over the course of 6-9 program hours, youth learn the qualities of a healthy relationship, warning signs of an unhealthy relationship, assertiveness and communication skills, responsible social media use, and about sexual health topics such as STIs and contraception and the importance of waiting until a healthy relationship like marriage before engaging in sexual activity.…

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- Healthy Relationship Education Programs; year end summary FY2019-20
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