Tag: from the field

What Your Story Means to Me

by
Sarah Davenport, FCNI Director with special contribution by Shannon Grady
October, 9, 2019 -

Working in FCNI’s administrative services, I don’t get to experience much direct interaction with our kids or families, at least not as much as I’d like. So I depend on our direct service staff to share their stories and experiences with me--their ups, downs, good days and even their hard days, and the countless examples they get to see of our staff’s and families’ resiliency and unwavering hope.

Look, Listen, Ask: An “From-the-field” Perspective

by
McKenna Murray, FCNI Staff
September, 18, 2019 -

I have wanted to work with trauma-impacted children and foster youth since I was very young. I went off to get my degree in psychology and moved back to the Central Coast eager to enact change in children’s lives, but I never imagined how much this field would change me. In the two years I’ve worked at FCNI, my job as a Rehabilitation Specialist (RS) has consisted of working with kids and families in their daily environment to help them build skills they need to cope and thrive.

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