From posters to brochures, these educational resources are suitable for communities, health care pros, schools, and families. These were initially created as wrap-around resources for our programming but why keep the goods to ourselves?!

Some are available for free download and others are sold as print versions in our online shop.

For Teens

Teen Resources - All

For Providers

Provider Resources - English

For Parents

Parent Resources - All

Resources For Teens

Confidentiality. Mandated Reporting. Health care...There's so much for teens to know and to learn! Adolescents are often flustered in health care settings and are uncertain of how to get the care they ultimately need and deserve. The following resources help teens be empowered in health care settings and have the knowledge and skills to become responsible managers of their own health.

  • Brochure: Getting the Health Care You Need and Deserve provides teens basic information on ways to get the health care they need and deserve (English or Spanish).
  • Brochure: You Have the Right outlines a minor’s right to confidential sexual health services in Wisconsin in clear, youth-friendly language (English or Spanish).
  • FREE Digital Poster: 5 Easy Ways for Teens to Take Charge of Their Health Care (English and Spanish).
    • Learning how to become more involved in health care can be difficult. This transition takes time and practice. However, PATCH youth feel like these are 5 easy ways a teen can begin to take charge of their own health care. Health care providers, classroom teachers, community workers, and other professionals alike are encouraged to hang these posters in key spots throughout their work environments to help teens begin to understand where they might start gaining independence in health care settings.

Resources For Providers

Health care professionals have the important job of building a solid relationship based on trust and respect with their adolescent patients. The following resources health health care providers ensure they are providing youth-friendly health care.

  • Pocket Cards: Providing Youth-Friendly Care includes the “HEADSS Model” for an adolescent-friendly clinic interview (side 1) and a “Confidentiality Contract” to review with teens to help them understand your stance on patient confidentiality (side 2).
  • Pocket Cards: Wisconsin Confidentiality provides a brief outline of a minor’s right to confidential health services in Wisconsin (side 1) with tips on how to make appointments adolescent-friendly (side 2).
  • FREE Digital Poster: Confidentiality Policy may be hung in key spots throughout work environments to help build trust and respect among teen patients. It’s a great way to start a conversation about confidentiality with teens (and their support people, if present) – helping everyone understand what they should expect from you. (Available in English and Spanish)
  • A Message to Health Providers video includes information from teens about how you could work together to improve their health care. It is a great supplemental resource to our PATCH for Providers Workshop. It's available at the link above as well as below for your viewing.

Resources For Parents, Guardians, & Caregivers

It can be difficult to know how to best support a young person as they start taking responsibility for their own health care. These resources help parents, guardians, and caregivers understand adolescent health care transition and empower them to support and guide their child(ren) through this exciting process.

  • Your Teen’s Right to Privacy is a brochure describing adolescent rights and responsibilities in health care settings. Intended for adults who want to help their teen as they begin to take on more responsibility for their own health care. (Available in English or Spanish)
  • FREE Downloadable Resources (English and Spanish)
    • The Dear Provider letter template can be used by parents and guardians to communicate their concerns to a health care provider, while respecting privacy and one-on-one time.
    • The transition checklist breaks down the process into smaller, more manageable steps and can help young people identify and practice skills that are important to their own health care.

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We're always seeking ways to better support others in their adolescent health efforts!