Childhood USA Project Video Featuring Peer Health Exchange

    Published on June 8th, 2016

    On Tuesday June 7, Peer Health Exchange joined Childhood USA in releasing a new video about our work in the San Francisco Bay Area. Peer Health Exchange Bay Area works with the volunteers from the University of California at Berkeley, St. Mary’s College, and San Francisco State University to empower high school students in 16 local schools. By giving young people the knowledge, skills, and resources that they need to face inevitable challenges surrounding relationships, drugs, and alcohol, they can make safer and informed decisions leading to a brighter future. This video talks to our volunteers, staff, alumni, and high school partners to give you a little more insight into the work that we are doing in communities across the country.

    World Childhood Foundation works in 17 countries around the world to prevent and aid children affected by sexual abuse and exploitation. Childhood supports over 100 projects, like Peer Health Exchange, which are helping youth realize their development potential and grow up with memories of a safe and loving childhood. Find out more about their work here.

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