Peer Health Advisers Peer education programs are a meaningful way to participate in enhancing the health and well-being of our campus community. The Peer Health Adviser program is a vital part of the University's peer-support resources. Peer Health Advisers (PHAs) are an on-campus group of student volunteers, who are supervised by HPPS staff and: serve as contacts for students seeking support, provide referrals to UHS and other wellness-related campus resources, stimulate awareness of and decrease stigma around health issues by implementing health promotion programs, work to reduce disparities in health and wellness outcomes, and help students to navigate UHS' services. PHAs are knowledgeable about a wide variety of health issues, including: alcohol and other substances mental health nutrition physical fitness sexual and reproductive health sleep stress PHAs facilitate health-related programming on campus, including the Safer Sexpo, Ask the Sexpert column and mental health screenings. Who Are the PHAs? How to Get Involved To apply for the 2024-25 PHA cohort, submit an online application by the submission deadline: February 12. If you have further questions or to be notified about when next year's recruitment, please email the staff adviser, Janine Mascari, MPH, CHES. Get Connected Contact a PHA in your residential college or explore our bios to find a PHA who shares similar interests or lived experiences.