San Francisco State University
The Peer-to-Peer program has been a part of the comprehensive prevention efforts at San Francisco State University's Prevention Education Programs since the development of the Creating Empowerment through Alcohol and Substance-abuse Education (CEASE) program in 1991.
The Student Peer leaders are an integral component of the peer education team for both CEASE and The SAFE Place, the university's violence prevention program. They provide leadership by developing and presenting programs that range from Blurred Lines where students share their stories of resilience in the intimate setting of the Richard Oakes Multicultural Center, to the larger outdoor programs such as Sex, Drugs and Rock'nRoll that features student bands, rappers, and poets on Malcolm X Plaza and the SAFE Place's CockTales men's theater project.
For more information, contact Michael Ritter.