Brandy Britton, Project Catalyst Grantee, Featured in Local News

Brandy Britton is leading efforts to engage health centers from across Arkansas on IPV and Human Trafficking prevention and intervention, as part of Project Catalyst, a FUTURES multi-state initiative.  Her partners include leaders from the AR Domestic Violence Coalition and AR Department of Health.  For Brandy, her work on IPV is both professional and personal. She draws on early experiences growing up in a home with domestic violence and substance abuse to inspire health care professionals about how they can make a positive difference in their patients’ lives.  Brandy is the Community Outreach Specialist for Community Health Centers of Arkansas, and a full-time graduate student and student teacher. She’s determined to identify new solutions to stem domestic violence; learn more about Brandy and her Project Catalyst work in this article and KARK news clip.