Peer advocates at the Women's Health Advocacy Project—part of the Gay Health Advocacy Project—are available to discuss birth control, during one-on-one, free, and confidential peer counseling sessions. These sessions can also be used to discuss anything related to sexual and reproductive health.
Advocates provide a supportive environment to talk about sex and sexual health, and offer accurate information on birth control, gynecologic health, sexually transmitted infections, pleasure and communication, and more. Sessions are open to Columbia students of all gender identities and their partners.
Students can visit during drop-in hours (virtually or in person). Appointments are available upon request.