Antonio Velasquez is a Health Educator at After Hours Project. He has over two years of experience providing health educational services to communities affected by HIV/AIDS, homelessness, and substance use in New York City. Antonio is familiar with HIV/AIDS programs and services, and has expertise in harm reduction as a practice and theory. He is also bilingual in English and Spanish. In addition, Antonio is passionate about helping people improve their health and well-being. He is a skilled educator and communicator, and is able to engage people from all walks of life. Antonio is also a strong advocate for harm reduction and overdose prevention. In his role as a Health Educator, Antonio operates AHP’s mobile unit, as well as conducts street-based outreach to recruit participants for HIV testing and prevention programs. He also conducts individual and group health educational sessions on HIV, Hepatitis C, and sexually transmitted infections. Antonio also provides appropriate referrals to participants, and conducts follow-up to ensure that they are receiving the services and care they need. Antonio is a valuable asset to AHP and the community he serves. He is committed to helping people live healthier and more fulfilling lives.