USPIE Sexual Risk Avoidance Projects

United States Parents Involved in Education (USPIE) began in 2001 as a statewide organization serving South Carolina parents and expanded into a national organization in 2015. 


USPIE has a dual focus; a service arm and a policy arm.  


The policy arm is housed within the Stop Fed Ed Campaign with the goal of ending federal intrusion in education and returning local control to parents and communities.


The service arm is housed within the Think Truth Today (TTT) sexual risk avoidance (SRA) projects.  Through the TTT SRA projects, USPIE staff serve schools, churches and other youth-serving organizations by providing training and materials for directing youth to avoid sexual risks.


To learn more, visit thinktruthtoday.com.

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