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Peer Health is a student-run organization at Williams College that provides the Williams community with information about health and sexuality. You can find more information at [[Wso.Williams.edu/orgs/peerh/]]. We serve as a bridge between the student body and Psychology Services and the [[Health Center]]. We also provide gynecological education sessions and anonymous pregnancy testing, as well as information sessions for first-year entries. Issues that Peer Health deals with are: eating concerns, drugs and alcohol, sexual assault, women's and men's health, sex and sexuality, pregnancy options, sexually transmitted diseases, and stress. All Peer Health members are trained during [[Winter Study]]. If you are interested in being trained in the coming Winter Study, please email <email>Peer.Health@gmail.com</email>.
In past years, Peer Health had an office in the basement of [[Baxter Hall]]. It is currently located on the second floor of the Paresky Center, Room 212. There are walk in hours Sun.-Thurs. 7 p.m.-10p.m. if you want talk about anything. You can also IM us on AIM, HealthyEphs. There is also the old-fashioned version of communication, the telephone. The phone number to Peer Healh is (413) 597-3140. You can also email us at <email>Peer.Health@gmail.com</email>.