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    • Posted on April 10th, 2020 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      Hablemos: Acceder a recursos en la época de la COVID19 (Boston)

      Debido a las pautas de distanciamiento social, muchos centros de salud han tenido que reducir sus servicios o brindar servicios virtuales por el momento. Dado que a veces es posible que necesites el apoyo de un profesional de la salud, a continuación brindamos una lista de clínicas de servicios para adolescentes que siguen ofreciendo ...

    • Posted on April 10th, 2020 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      Let’s Talk: COVID-19 and Accessing Resources (Boston)

      Social distancing guidelines have meant that many health centers have had to reduce services or shift to virtual services for the time being. Because sometimes you may need the support of a medical provider, read more to find a list of adolescent-serving clinics that are still providing in-person or virtual services to young people ...

    • Posted on April 2nd, 2020 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      Instagram Live with Louise Langheier, CEO and Co-Founder

      Louise Langheier, Co-founder and CEO of Peer Health Exchange, recently hosted a Q & A session on our Instagram Live.

    • Posted on January 24th, 2020 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      A letter from our CEO—January 2020

      Dear Friends, In a recent New York Times editorial, psychiatrist Richard Friedman names an important crisis happening for young people—death by suicide. What Dr. Friedman fails to mention is that this crisis is exacerbated by systemic injustices making it more severe for young people of color.  Black and Latinx young folks are suffering at ...

    • Posted on January 24th, 2020 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      Recruiting a more inclusive and diverse volunteer corps, part 1

      At Peer Health Exchange, we’re aiming to be a place where the ninth grade students we serve can see themselves in the college health educators that come to their classrooms. With that goal in mind, we’re working hard to build, develop and support a volunteer corps that is reflective of all our communities by ...

    • Posted on November 11th, 2019 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      We Painted the Town Orange!

      We Painted the Town Orange! Our work would not be possible without the philanthropic, civic, and youth advocate leaders who joined us at WeWork Seaport Square on Thursday, November 7, 2019 to celebrate youth health education for 3,550 students. Boston has a legacy of trailblazers working with Peer Health Exchange to advance health equity throughout the ...

    • Posted on July 18th, 2019 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      Peer Health Exchange partnering with Boston Children’s Hospital to expand reach

      Peer Health Exchange Boston is thrilled to announce it has received $75,000 over three years from Boston Children’s Collaboration for Community Health. The grant to Peer Health Exchange is part of Boston Children’s Hospital’s distribution of $5 million to 16 funded partners through its Collaboration for Community Health. This distribution is a portion of ...

    • Posted on April 24th, 2019 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      Boston Engages Community

      Spring at Peer Health Exchange Boston has been all about engaging community: in our partner high schools, college chapters, and the Boston area. Led by members of our Alumni Council, we held Career Development Events (CDEs) at each chapter, and two current Northeastern volunteers planned the second annual “Spring into Wellness” health fair for ...

    • Posted on November 9th, 2018 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      Peer Health Exchange’s Paint the Town Orange amplifies volunteer voices

      Nearly 200 philanthropic, education, and youth advocate leaders celebrated Peer Health Exchange’s annual benefit Paint the Town Orange, November 8, in support of the organization’s work to advance health equity and improve health outcomes for young people in the greater Boston community. The event held at We Work South Station, also marked Peer Health ...

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