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How Do We Encourage Teens to Make Healthy Decisions?

This fun and interactive event is for families with teens, pre-teens, or anyone who wants to learn about teen preventative health. Brought to you by Yalie-founded non-profit Peer Health Exchange.


Time and Place: 

Thursday, 4/22/10, 6-8pm

The University Club, 800 Powell St (at California) 


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Bring the family to learn about teens’ health needs in the Bay Area from Peer Health Exchange, a health education nonprofit that started at Yale in 1999.

If you have children of any age, are passionate about preventative health, or want to learn more about PHE and itsYale roots, join us for a fun and interactive evening on April 22nd. The event will feature Co-Founder and Executive Director Louise Davis ’03, who will speak to the need for health education across the country and in the Bay Area specifically, as well as what we can do to encourage teens to make healthy decisions.   PHE Volunteers from Berkeley and USF will be on hand to teach portions of health workshops.

Peer Health Exchange’s mission is to give teens the knowledge and skills they need to make healthy decisions. It does this by training college students to teach a comprehensive health curriculum in public high schools that lack health education. This year in San Francisco and Oakland, 160 volunteers from UC Berkeley, USF, St. Mary’s, and Mills are teaching 1,500 teenagers each week. It currently has 8 Yale alums on PHE staff and board, including Louise Davis ’03, Madeline Kerner ’07, Rachel Dickens ’07, and Eve Fine ’07.


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