As C4’s Chief Program Officer, Kristen oversees C4’s innovative programs in homelessness, trauma, recovery, and dissemination, and is a strategic liaison between C4 programs, and finance and operations. She directs the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation project developing peer interventions to reduce youth substance use, and leads C4’s activities to advance the availability of affordable, recovery-oriented housing. Kristen received a BA in Sociology/Women’s Studies from College of the Holy Cross and a MPH from the University of Massachusetts.
Kristen Paquette, M.P.H.
Samples of Kristen’s Work
- The Role of Recovery Housing: Prioritizing Choice in Homeless Services by C4’s Kristen Paquette and Laura Panella Winn in Journal of Dual Diagnosis in April 2016.
- Bringing Recovery Housing to Scale in Ohio: Lessons Learned by C4’s Laura Panella Winn and Kristen Paquette in Journal of Dual Diagnosis in April 2016.
- Videos: Project Amp
- Youth Today Article: How Young Peers in Recovery Are Amplifying Prevention and Early Intervention
- Podcast: Amping It Up