Mark Stovell provides project support and technical assistance to Second Chance Act grantees that design and implement programs for individuals with co-occurring substance use disorders and mental illnesses. Before joining the CSG Justice Center, Mark worked for CASAColumbia in New York City where he contributed research to policy reports and co-developed educational tools about the impact of health care reform on addiction prevention and treatment. He also worked for Families USA in Washington, DC, and for Hunger Free Vermont as part of the Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellowship. Mark earned his BA in political science and sociology from Ohio University and an MPA from Baruch College.
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