Peer Health Advocate (PHA) Program

The Peer Health Advocate (PHA) Program is a student community service program focused on public health and social justice.

In collaboration with Teen Clinic, students from surrounding school districts can apply to be a PHA and learn the building blocks of public health to become an advocate for teens in their communities. Topics discussed include Reproductive Health, Pregnancy and STI prevention, Healthy Relationships, Mental Health, Reproductive Justice, and other adolescent health issues. The PHA program has been around for nearly 10 years and runs through the school year, with Summer and other breaks off. Participants receive community service hours, and relevant experience working with a community health organization, while also building relationships with other like-minded students.

Application coming April 2023

For more information please contact:

Samantha Sidline, Program Coordinator,

Sarah Vaughan, Program Supervisor,