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Meet Our Staff

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Meg Temple (LPC/LPCS)
Executive Director

"I believe in a world where children have hope for the future no matter what their past experiences have been. Children can’t help what has been done to them, and someone has to step up to help them move forward."

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Allison Rogers (LISW-CP/S)
Clinical Supervisor
"It's important that we support children and their caregivers through the aftermath of trauma so that everyone can heal & grow. Evidence based therapy is a significant part of the healing process which I am proud to offer our clients."

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Nicole Morris (BS)
Administrative Supervisor
Child & Family Advocate

"I have a passion for working with families that come to the CARE House. It is rewarding to give these children a voice and make them realize they are survivors, not victims."

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Alice Curry Gallego (BA)
Development & Community Relations Director
“We all deserve to live in spaces where we are safe, valued and able to thrive. When safety is at risk, children and families need a nurturing environment to receive support and begin the process of healing. The CARE House is that place in our community and I'm proud to be a part of it.”
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Taylor DeBerry (MS, LPC-A)
Therapist & Forensic Interviewer
"I believe it is important for everyone to be heard in a time of need. At the CARE House, we are able to help children find their voice again and hope for the future. I have a passion for my work and helping children and families through the healing process using evidence-based therapy".

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Agnes Rosa Cabrera
Therapist & Forensic Interviewer

"Many abused children are walking around living life convinced that no one would believe them and that there is nothing that will change their circumstances. I want to be that person that listens to their story, believes their story, and walks with them through the process of healing."
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Jeselle Dominguez-Toledo
Medical Intake Specialist
"My motivation stems from the belief that every child deserves compassion and a chance to heal and thrive. Through my role, I strive to be a part of their recovery journey, ensuring that they feel heard, valued, and understood from the moment they walk through our doors."
Nysie Muldrow (AS)
Case Manager
"The most important thing to me is family, and working at the CARE House provides me the opportunity to work with children and their families at a time when it is most difficult for them. I want to assure them that someone will be there to help them through their difficult time."
Faith Akins (MS)
Child and Family Advocate & 
Forensic Interviewer

"I have a passion for making a difference in my work. I choose to work for CARE House because I am able to provide help, hope, and healing to victims and their families right here in my community."

Lawanda Baker
Intake Coordinator

"I love being a part of an organization that helps make a difference in children’s lives."

Anna Weiss (BGS)
Lower Region Coordinator

"Children deserve to live a life where they can truly flourish and grow. I'm so grateful to be part of an organization that will help give them the tools to overcome such difficult obstacles and give them a new beginning."

Dr. Michael Foxworth
HopeHealth Pediatrician & Forensic Medical Provider
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Allana Hilley (BS)
Volunteer Coordinator

"Helping children and their families during a traumatic time and training volunteers to help give support and become advocates is heartwarming. Working at the CARE House, I'm able to fulfill that hope of healing." 

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Lenora Eason Lefew
Outreach Coordinator

"I am deeply committed to child abuse work because I believe that every child deserves to grow up in a safe and nurturing environment. By advocating for policies that protect children, providing support to survivors, and raising awareness, I aim to break the cycle of abuse and create a future where all children can thrive."

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Jeriesha Epps (MS)
Prevention Education Coordinator

"Prevention education is the beacon that illuminates the path towards a safer and empowered future, guiding us to shape a world where knowledge becomes the shield that guards against adversity."

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Melissa Taylor
Administrative Assistant

"I’m honored to join the dedicated team here at the CARE House. We all have a common goal of helping our innocent children to thrive after trauma. It’s my belief that by helping children heal from abuse, we will enable them to learn skills promoting healthy lifestyle choices. This process not only benefits them but also their families and communities. My desire as a part of this team, will be to use my skills and compassion to assist all here who impact the lives of our most treasured resource, our children."

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Andrea McConkey (LMSW)
Contract Therapist

"The children we serve have endured unimaginable pain and suffering, often at the hands of those who were meant to protect them. I am honored to play a role in helping them heal and rebuild their lives."

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