WHY DO WE

 

DEPEND ON YOU?

of our patients were

low-income*

(*low-income is defined as less

than twice the Federal Poverty

Level, which is $23,760 for a

household of 1)

69%

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nt

 Ag

e Distribution

teens

 40’s

50+

54

%

30’s

15% 

21% 

7%

3% 

20’s

Through a wide range of programs, PPNNE 
brings sexuality education and information 

to people in Vermont, New Hampshire, and 

Maine. Providing medically–accurate and 

comprehensive information is essential for 

reducing STDs and unintended pregnancy, 

and empowering young people to build 

pathways to opportunity. 

IN 2017,

 22 teens served as peer educators 

in 4 high schools in VT and NH. These teens had 
4,106 conversations about sexual health with 
their peers, and planned 42 events reaching 
2,113 people in their schools and communities. 

In addition, PPNNE staff conducted over 
300 outreach activities and presentations, 

reaching young people, parents, and vulnerable 

populations across VT, NH, and ME. 

EDUCATION 

OUTREACH

 

 

LOOKING AHEAD

PPNNE’s goal is to achieve consistent 

education across northern New 

England. To that end we are developing 

partnerships to begin to deliver Get 

Real, a curriculum for middle school 

students that gives young people the 

information and skills they need to 

protect their health. Young people 

need to understand what a healthy 

relationship looks like and have 

the opportunity to practice good 

communication skills before they 

become sexually active and Get Real 

has been shown to do just that.  If you’re 

interested in learning more about 

bringing Get Real to your community, 

contact us at education@ppnne.org

Peer Educators in Burlington, VT, celebrating after 

the December School Board meeting, where they 

presented the condom availability protocol developed in 

collaboration with school staff. Condoms are now available 

to students at BHS after a 5 year effort.

Thanks to our generous supporters 

we were able to provide

$8 MILLION

worth of discounted and free health care