The Health Education section provides information on campus events related to Health Education and information regarding our Peer Health Advocates program.
The Peer Health Advocate program supports the mission of the Counseling, Health and Wellness Center to enhance the physical and emotional health of students by providing the William Paterson University campus community with innovative programming and educational presentations that enhance the physical and emotional health of students. Peer Health Advocates are trained to develop, promote, and provide health related outreach programming to encourage healthy decision making. They offer their services to students through educational workshops, CHOICES theatrical presentations, tabling events, collaborating with campus clubs and organizations and hosting substance free events. The Peer Health Advocates serve as positive role models both on and off campus by living healthy lifestyles.
Elizabeth Amaya-Fernandez, MPH
Counseling, Health & Wellness Office Manager
Application for Peer Health Advocate & Letter of Recommendation
Please fill out the form below and email or fax to 973-720-2632 with at least a two week notice.
Request for Presentation Form
Some examples of programming provided by us include:
CHOICES Theatrical Presentations, Alcohol, Tobacco, Marijuana, Rx Use and Abuse, Body Image/Eating Disorders Awareness, Stress management, Suicide Prevention, Sexual Assault, Stalking, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Healthy Well Being, Social Norms Campaigns and More… Just Ask!
To learn more about the Peer Health Advocates or Health Education Services available,
please contact us by e-mailing email@example.com or call 973-720-2382
Our office is located in Overlook South at the Counseling, Health and Wellness Center
You can also follow the Peer Health Advocates on Facebook!
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William Paterson University
300 Pompton Road
Wayne, New Jersey 07470