ABOUT PEACH

To support students with their mental health the PEACH (Peer Education & Advice for Campus Health) Team has been created as a peer-led project within Brighton Students’ Union. Our aims are to promote positive mental health and wellbeing within the University community and also to reduce the incidence and prevalence of drug and alcohol-related harm among our student population. We will do this through outreach, campaign work and activism. You may have seen us around campus running our stress-reducing ‘Pet Therapy’ campaign. PEACH is a group of fully trained student volunteers who are friendly and non-judgemental. The team are creative and fun in our approach to peer-led education.

If you want to find out more about volunteering with us, or are interested in joining the team, you can do so here.

Contact Details

Students' Union Support Service:

Contact Jude Jensen, Niki Trelawny and Rob Bateman: studentunionsupport@brighton.ac.uk

 

Contraception and Sexual Health:

Contact Sam Mallender: sm522@brighton.ac.uk

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