Peer Educators Advocating Campus Health
Peer Educators Advocating Campus Health (PEACHes) are a dedicated and trained group of PDC students who facilitate creative and educational health promotion and disease prevention programs helping students adopt healthier lifestyles. The health and wellness events held throughout the year help enhance the vitality of campus life and help students go forward to build healthier families and safer communities. Students in the PEACH program meet weekly to become educated on important health topics and to create fun and educational campus activities. Students who successfully complete the PEACH program not only learn about important health information but also receive priority registration! For an application to join the PEACH program, click this link: (link directs student to the PEACH application). For more information about the PEACH program, contact Albert Angelo, Health Educator/Student Activities Coordinator, at email@example.com or at 909-537- 8168.
Health Promotion Counseling
PDC students can access free, confidential, and individualized health promotion counseling services at the R.D. and Joan Dale Hubbard Student Health and Psychological Counseling Center. Health topics include stress management, smoking cessation counseling, sexually transmitted infections education , and drug and alcohol use and abuse information. For more information, contact Albert Angelo, Health Educator/Student Activities Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 909-537-8168.