“What we’re doing with the grant is to really focus on prevention and counseling and then victim advocacy. What we want to do is move on from that heightened awareness of these issues and move into action.”
It’s been almost a year since our project coordinator Kunti Bentley was interviewed by the Missouri State Journal on KSMU. This interview was conducted when Project HEAL was still in its planning phase. Now that we’re in the midst of our implementation phase, we thought we’d share this interview with you all while we reflect on how far the project has come since its first year! We look forward to the continued success of this project, thanks to involvement from students, staff, and faculty from both the MSU and OTC campuses. Want to learn more? Listen to the interview on KSMU’s website.
In the interview, Bentley describes the project’s purpose and many of its ongoing initiatives, in addition to the work we’ve done with many current campus services such as Green Dot.