Billy Bromage received his Master in Social Work degree, with a concentration in Community Organization, from the University of Connecticut School of Social Work in 2012. He has been working in the fields of community mental health in New Haven, Connecticut for 20 years. He has been at the Yale Program for Recovery and Community Health since 2011, and the Connecticut Mental Health Center since 2013. He works as a community organizer, developing projects with grassroots leaders, people with mental illnesses, nonprofit organizations, city and state government officials, and other civic leaders to promote mental health and inclusion in New Haven neighborhoods. He is a founding member of Focus Act Connect Every-day (FACE) and Witnesses to Hunger New Haven.
Education & Training
- MSWUniversity of Connecticut