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Who we are

The Peer Educators lead educational programs designed to foster responsible attitudes and behavior. Our topics cover a range of physical and mental health issues with an emphasis on substance abuse. We also serve as resource persons to individuals seeking information for personal or academic reasons. 

Who we serve

While most of our programs address Berry students, we lead programs at local schools (grades K-12), colleges, hospitals, church youth groups and any other group where young people gather to grow and learn. There is no fee for our services.

Contact Us
706-236-1758 (on campus may simply dial 1758)

We are located in room 21at the Ladd Center. If you want us to plan your programming, please contact us in advance of your desired date.

Past program topics

  • Drunk Driving
  • Substance Abuse and Addiction
  • College Student Mental Health Awareness
  • Stress and Resilience
  • Body Image and Eating Disorders
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases
  • Dating and Relationships
  • Sexual Harassment and Assault
  • Nutrition and Exercise
  • Study Habits
  • Gender and the Media

Each year, the Peer Educators reach well over a thousand students with their programs. The Peer Educators also survey students to determine on campus attitudes about certain issues affecting the community.

The Peer Educators are members of the national BACCHUS/GAMMA Peer Education Network which is a community based network focused on health and safety initiatives among colleges and universities across the United States. In the last decade, the Peer Educators have been awarded the outstanding area chapter award numerous times.

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