Marcus Stanley is Engaging Communities to Combat HIV/AIDS

Our friends over at Public Health Perspectives, a podcast series presented by JPHMP, sat down with our very own Marcus Stanley to discuss aspects relevant to engaging communities and the necessity of building from the ground up. Read more and listen to the podcast here.

A little about Marcus:
Marcus Stanley currently works for the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work (GCSW) in the SUSTAIN Wellbeing COMPASS Coordinating Center as the Project Office of the Gilead COMPASS Initiative. In his roll, Marcus is responsible for all grant making activities. As of the publishing of this article, he is working with 11 organizations across the Deep South – focusing on the improvement of mental health services, building capacity with trauma-informed care, addressing substance use, and overall wellness. To learn more about all the amazing work that Marcus and the folks at UH GCSW, one third of the coordinating centers that are a part of the COMPASS Initiative® are doing, visit their webpage.

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