What ages is the Pure Freedom Program for?

The Pure Freedom program has curriculum for 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, and high school aged students. While the topics covered are very similar, we ensure each three-day session is age-appropriate and the most relevant for the age group we are working with.

What topics are covered during this program?

We cover a number of topics including:

  • Discerning healthy from unhealthy relationships
  • Medically-accurate facts about sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy
  • Setting healthy physical and digital boundaries in relationships
  • Focusing on future goals and dreams
  • Encouraging students that it’s possible to start over if mistakes have been made in the past

How much does it cost to have a Pure Freedom educator come and speak?

Because of the support of our Lifeline Pregnancy Help Clinic donors, Pure Freedom is offered free of charge to middle and high schools in 14 counties across Northeast Missouri.

How can I bring the Pure Freedom Program to the students I work with?

To bring Pure Freedom to your school, church, or other organization, fill out this form to request a speaker. We look forward to hearing from you!

Do you have any information I can provide to parents of the students I work with?

Yes! At Pure Freedom, we believe it is essential that parents understand and are comfortable with the information we are providing to their students. We have all of the curriculum available for their review here on our website under the Parents tab, and we are also happy to provide you with letters to hand out to the parents from our Program Director. We can discuss these one-on-one with you after you request a speaker.

If students have questions following this program, where can I direct them for more information?

We offer further information for students here on our website that you can direct them to under the Students tab, and if you have any questions about how to answer their questions, feel free to reach out and contact us!

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