About Courtney Waters
Courtney Waters is an Assistant Research Social Scientist and Health Educator for the ANCHOR Project, a 3-year SAMHSA-funded collaboration with CODAC Behavioral Health Services and Southern Arizona AIDS Foundation. ANCHOR is a trauma-informed system of care for chronically homeless LGBTQSA transitional age youth and young adults.
Courtney’s role on ANCHOR includes facilitating a comprehensive sexuality education curriculum and a trauma-informed substance abuse and PTSD treatment program, as well as conducting intake and follow-up interviews with project participants.
ANCHOR – ongoing
The Film & Toolkit Project: A Sexual Health Education and Empowerment Initiative – ongoing
Step Forward – 2013-2014
Courtney holds Masters degrees in Public Health and Mexican American Studies from the University of Arizona.