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About the Peer Support Alliance Program
The Peer Support Alliance Program (PSA) is a pilot program created by the Peer Health Educators, beginning in Spring 2014. The Peer Support Alliance is an opportunity for St. Mary's students to meet one-on-one with a Peer Health Educator to ask questions, seek advice, discuss a problem, or just talk! Topics can include sexual health, sexual violence, drugs, alcohol, tobacco, depression, anxiety, general mental health, stress, nutrition, body image, friendship difficulties, relationship difficulties, roommate conflicts, LGBTQ issues or anything else you want to talk about. Please note, the Peer Support Alliance is NOT a replacement for professional therapy or counseling. If you are seeking a professional, services are available at Chance Hall.