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The University of Montana Western’s peer education group, P.A.T.H. (Peers Advocating Towards Health), is committed to actively promoting the health and well-being of students.

P.A.T.H. educates students on alcohol and drug risk management, tobacco prevention, healthy relationships, sexual health, nutrition and physical wellness, mental health, sexual assault prevention, and bystander intervention through tabling events, programs, and presentations throughout the school year.

Peer education allows for collaborative opportunities, student involvement, and a unique experience in health promotion. P.A.T.H. consists of peer educators determined to provide UMW students with the skills to maintain a healthy lifestyle that transcend their college experience.

Programs Include:

Dessert Date Night (Healthy Relationships), Condom Bingo, Alcohol Limbo, Dodgeball Tobacco Prevention, Quit Cold Turkey, Step UP!, It Is No Trick, Alcohol Poisoning Is No Treat, Health and Wellness Fair, Sex in the Dark, and Holiday Stress Less.

If you would like to schedule a PATH presentation or program on a health topic, please contact PATH advisor, Nicole Hazelbaker at 406-683-7388 or nicole.hazelbaker@umwestern.edu.