• Posted on April 29th, 2020 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      Centering Equity—Peer Health Exchange Reaffirms DEI Strategy Goals

      Last fall we launched our organization’s first equity strategy. At the time, we knew there were many changes ahead for us but couldn’t have imagined that one of those would be the COVID-19 pandemic. While growth and change can feel daunting in the face of such uncertainty, we know that right now is the ...

    • 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 June 9th, 2017 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      Host Teacher Spotlight: Commander Matthew Sturges

      At PHE Boston, our success teaching ninth grade students about their mental health, sexual health, and substance abuse is dictated not only by our college volunteer health educators, but also by our partners within the school system. We could not do this important work without them! We recently asked Commander Matthew Sturges, teacher at John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science in Roxbury, for his thoughts on the PHE Boston program: “Peer Health Exchange reaches out and connects with students in a critical time in their life. This is a program that has mentors not much older than the freshmen students themselves. The students listen to these college ...

    • Posted on June 8th, 2016 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      Childhood USA Project Video Featuring Peer Health Exchange

      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 ...

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