WellPAC Peer Support Office

Hello FLC Students!

WellPAC's Peer Support Office is an awesome way to gain knowledge about on and off campus resources, connect with peers, and learn new things. This office is staffed by amazing peer educators who are fully prepared to answers questions about sex, drugs, campus policies, fitness, and so much more!

If you are feeling homesick, struggling with a group project, curious about cannabis or anything you can think of, come sit and chat! We are here to support you! This non-judgmental resource is a healthy way to ask questions and learn new things from someone just like you!

Office Hours

Peer Support Office is currently closed for the summer! Please check back early in the fall semester for new office hours! 

Need more info? Call 970-247-7508 or email kgreichle@fortlewis.edu.

Just need free condoms or other health resources? Walk in when you can! :)

Interested in becoming a peer educator?

Do you have an open mind, excellent active listening skills and the ability to hold space for peers who are going through challenging times? We'd love for you to join us as a WellPAC peer educator!

There are two tiers of peer educators:

  1. General Peer Educators: By completing some basic training and being an active and engaged WellPAC member, you are considered a peer educator. You are committed to consistently participating in WellPAC programming and receiving consistent continuing education when available.
  2. Certified Peer Educators (CPE): To serve as a CPE, you must complete the 12 hour, 8 module national certification course and exam offered by the BACCHUS Initiatives of NASPA. This is offered through Student Wellness Initiatives every fall. You are committed to consistently participating in WellPAC programming, receiving consistent continuing education and supervision, and staffing the WellPAC Peer Educator Office.

For more information on how to become a WellPAC Peer Educator, please contact the WellPAC Advisor at kgreichle@fortlewis.edu or 970-247-7508.

Interested in tutoring?

Are you passionate about your courses? Do you get excited about explaining ideas to your classmates? If so, consider applying to be an academic peer educator.