Mark Faucette, B.A.

Deputy Director
Mark Faucette, B.A., is deputy director for Advocates for Human Potential (AHP) on the Behavioral Health Continuum Infrastructure Program (BHCIP) in California. Mr. Faucette has more than three decades of work in various social service efforts in three states.  He has also provided technical assistance and training to projects with a focus on alternatives to incarceration, substance use, and community building across the United States and several countries including Argentina, Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Japan. Mark’s focus on social justice led him to develop, as co-founder, the most significant re-entry collaboration in the United States (lareentry.org) based in Los Angeles. Before his new role at AHP, (working on the implementation of the new funding being rolled out via two State of California agencies, the Department of Social Services and Department of Health Care Services), he was with the Los Angeles County Department of Health Care Services, focused on Permanent Supportive Housing for some of the counties most medically vulnerable homeless men, women, and children. Mr. Faucette has published several papers with the UCLA School of nursing focusing on health interventions for homeless men and women and formerly incarcerated individuals. He received his B.A. in psychology from Antioch University.

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