Community Health Coordinator
Izah Broadus is a Community Health Coordinator for UAMS Project Heal, a hospital-based violence intervention program (HVIP) designed to address violent assault injury, primarily gun violence, among high-risk populations in Little Rock. Izah is an experienced and compassionate support specialist with a lived experience of violent assault injury. He provides essential peer support and case management for Project Heal participants to help promote their overall wellbeing and reduce their risk of re-injury. He has over 10 years of experience providing case management, social service navigation, mental and behavioral health support, mentorship, and support group facilitation in pastoral and clinical settings.