Let’s Talk: Your Health

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90% of young people served plan to use something they learned in a PHE workshop to make a healthy decision.

Nearly one-third

of adolescent girls who drop out of high school cite early pregnancy or parenthood as a key reason.

Less than 38%

of adolescents in low-income communities have had a preventative care visit in the last year.

Peer Health Exchange's Mission

Peer Health Exchange's mission is to empower young people with the knowledge, skills, and resources to make healthy decisions. We do this by training college students to teach a skills-based health curriculum in under-resourced high schools across the country.

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As a result of PHE's health curriculum, students gain

  • Skills

    • Communication
    • Advocacy
    • Reflection
    • Decision-Making
  • Knowledge

    • Sexual Health
    • Substances
    • Mental Health
  • Resources

    • School
    • Community
    • Online

High School


Become a partner High School

As slightly older peers, PHE volunteers are able to engage teenagers in real, honest conversations about their choices and their health.

  • 133


  • 77 %

    Students eligible for free
    or reduced price lunch

  • 17,387

    Young people

Our Voices

Stories of our people

  • Steven Milazzo
    Discusses his PHE Volunteer Experience

  • Alissa Stauffer
    Current PHE Volunteer Talks PHE

  • Petty Officer Vernon D. Reed
    Host Teacher Reflects PHE Partnership

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Our partnership

Find Our Locations

Peer Health Exchange currently has nine communities where college student educators facilitate Peer Health Exchange health education workshops:

Map of Peer Health Exchange Communities

How can I join Peer Health Exchange's mission?