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Mike Selick

Hepatitis C Training and Policy Manager

Mike Selick manages the Harm Reduction Coalition’s policy and capacity building work focused on Hepatitis C and is the coordinator for the Injection Drug Users Health Alliance (IDUHA), the coalition of community-based syringe access providers in New York City.  Mike has been a community organizer and advocate for human rights focusing on police accountability, inequality, drug use, sex work, homelessness, HIV, and Hepatitis C for more than a decade.  Prior to joining the organization, he worked at New York City harm reduction programs for 4 years, first with a focus on public policy and peer training, and then as the syringe exchange program manager.  He serves on the board of The Doula Project, an New York City based organization that provides free compassionate care and emotional, physical, and informational support to people across the spectrum of pregnancy.  He formerly served on the board of the PROS Network, which works to improve the health and rights of people engaging in the sex trade.  Mike earned his Masters of Social Work with a concentration in Public Policy from Columbia University where he is currently an adjunct teaching new Social Workers about advocacy and harm reduction.

Follow Mike on Twitter: @Mike_Selick

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