Robert Crown Center for Health Education is NOW Candor Health Education!

We are excited to announce that we have changed our name from The Robert Crown
Center for Health Education to Candor Health Education.

While our name is changing, our programs and mission have not. Same comprehensive health education, just a new name. 

Empowering young people to make informed decisions!

Did you hear we NOW have 3 PROGRAM DELIVERY OPTIONS to meet your school's situation including virtual! Take a look:

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