Billy Bromage is a social worker who has worked in the New Haven community for over 15 years. He works as the Director of Community Organizing at the Yale Program for Recovery & Community Health (PRCH) and the Connecticut Mental Health Center (CMHC). He is also a lecturer in the Yale Department of Psychiatry. He works alongside people in mental health recovery to support their participation in the community and to improve the community overall in the process. He coordinates an intervention called Project Connect which connects people in recovery to other people in the community who share their interests. He is also a co-chair of the Food Access Working Group of the New Haven Food Policy Council, and has led efforts to implement and expand summer meals, a senior nutrition program, and information sharing about food free resources throughout New Haven, through political advocacy and collaboration across stakeholder groups.