• Posted on February 23rd, 2017 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      PHE is Committed to Show Up for Trans Youth

      All young people deserve to be healthy and to learn in an environment that supports their health. We stand with trans youth and organizations like the Trevor Project and GLSEN in speaking out against rescinding Title IX protections in schools for trans youth. Acceptance and safety measures for trans youth in schools are critical to their mental and physical health. Please join us to make sure that your community, your schools, and your family show up for and support trans youth.

    • Posted on January 30th, 2017 by Peer Health Exchange Staff

      PHE Stands With Immigrants

      The current political and social climate is increasing the risk for young people’s health. Real and perceived discrimination leads to toxic stress and unhealthy behavior—from substance abuse to refusal to seek medical services. Young people who are immigrants or have other marginalized identities are particularly at risk in this moment. We stand with all young people, especially those affected by the “Muslim ban” this past weekend. We applaud our home cities – the Bay Area, Boston, Chicago, New York City, and Los Angeles – for showing their active support for immigrants as sanctuary cities. We will do our part alongside our partners to empower young people with the knowledge, ...

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