April Eady serves as Program Manager for OPCS’s low barrier bridge housing for homeless veterans and partnership with the City of Tucson Veteran’s Court. April graduated from Southern New Hampshire University with an undergraduate degree in Criminology. She has received a certification from the International Trauma Institute in trauma-informed care with an emphasis in addictions; and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Grand Canyon University.
April’s passion for serving others can be traced back to her roots in Virginia, supporting survivors of human trafficking, domestic violence, and addiction. She relocated to Tucson in 2016, and has worked on valuable projects, including Pima County Housing First and Restart S.M.A.R.T. Outside of the office April enjoys cooking, playing video games with her husband, and spending time with her daughter and son.