UHELPUniversity of Washington's Health Education Leadership Program
UHELP (University of Washington's Health Education Leadership Program) is student-based group that is dedicated to promoting health wellness to the UW population. UHELP is funded through Hall Health Primary Care Center at the University of Washington.
UHELP Volunteers - Peer Health Educators (PHEs) apply during Winter quarter each year. The PHEs undergo training during Spring quarter and again during Fall. In addition to meetings, PHEs staff the Wellness Resource Center (Hall Health 187), give presentations, write and produce publications and much more.
UHELP is run through the Health Education Department of Hall Health.
UHELP is proud to be sponsored by UW Hall Health Primary Care Center since 1995. Click the link below to know more about UW Hall health Primary Care Center
UHELP is proud to work together with UW Police Department, School of Pharmacy, and other UW, national and Community organizations to raise health awareness on UW campus. Check our partners out by clicking on their website links!
*If you are interested in working with UHELP, please contact us using the information below! Thank you!
- Please feel free to contact us with any comments or questions that you might have, we will get back to you as soon as we can.
- (206) 543-8006
- (206) 685-1853
- Postal address
- Department of Health Education
- Box 354410
- Seattle, WA 98195-4410
- General Information: