Prevention and Community Outreach for Pregnancy Help Organizations

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Prevention and community outreach can be key components of the overall work of pregnancy help centers. Reaching schools, churches, and community groups with educational programs that promote biblical truth and optimal health helps “make abortion unwanted today and unthinkable for future generations.”

Whether your center has a prevention outreach already in place or you are just considering starting a program, this class will equip participants in planning, implementing, and evaluating an effective prevention and community outreach program. Additionally, by the end of this training, you will earn enough CEU's to apply for or renew your Life Affirming Specialist Designation.

To participate, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Have reliable access to a computer with an internet connection and the ability to download and print documents for additional reading.
  • Be able to devote three to four hours per week to the live course session and homework assignments.
  • Be self-motivated and comfortable completing additional reading assignments, activities, and tests on your own.

Please note, this session includes a live weekly session Wednesdays at 12 PM EST. Additionally, participants of this training will be able to communicate with the instructors via e-mail.

Next Session: The next session begins with our first live session on May 15!

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Lori Kuykendall is President of Beacon Health Education Resources. She earned a Bachelor's Degree in Health Education from Texas A&M University and a Master of Public Health in Health Promotion from Liberty University. She started in prevention education at the Women’s Pregnancy Center in Houston in 1995. In 1998, she started a county-wide abstinence program that was among the first to receive Title V Federal Abstinence Education funding. Later, she was the Executive Director of Lifetalk Resource Center in Frisco, Texas. She has worked with Aim for Success, now merged with Youth Equipped to Succeed, and also Medical Institute for Sexual Health. Her love for health and children and families were a focus of mission work in Romania and Guatemala. Lori’s passion is to be “a strong light that guides and gives hope” and to advance physical, mental, emotional, relational, and spiritual health. She and her husband Chris have four young adult children.