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Heritage Keepers Abstinence Education

Program Overview


Anne M. Badgley, M.Ed., Carrie Musselman, Tracey Casale, and Sally Badgley-Raymond


Program Summary

Heritage Keepers Abstinence Education is a classroom-based curriculum that teaches students the benefits of practicing sexual abstinence and the risks that can be associated with sexual activity outside of marriage. Students learn resistance skills and tactics to help them practice abstinence and build relationships without having sex. The program also provides information about male and female reproductive systems, as well as sexually transmitted diseases.


Target Population

The program was designed for middle and high school students. It was tested with youth in grades 7 to 9.


Program Setting

The program was designed for and evaluated in a classroom-based, school setting.


Contact and Availability Information

For curriculum, materials, and pricing information, please contact:

Anne Badgley, M.Ed., CEO
Heritage Community Services
2265 Clements Ferry Road, Suite 202
Charleston, SC 29492
Ph: 843-654-7740 x 120

For training and support, please contact:

See above

Sample of curriculum available for review prior to purchase: Yes

Adaptation guidelines or kit available: Yes

Languages available: English and Spanish