Meet Our Staff
Meg Temple (LPC/LPCS)
"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."
Allison Rogers (LISW-CP)
"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."
Nicole Morris (BS)
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."
Casey Wilkes (MS, LPCA)
Therapist & Forensic Interviewer
"I believe we have the ability to overcome obstacles we face in life through knowledge, change, and growth. I am grateful for The CARE House for providing children and their families with the opportunity to overcome the obstacle they are facing. I am proud to be a part of that opportunity and want to assist the children and families through the healing process."
Amanda Pelfrey (MS, LPCA)
“I want to be part of an organization that makes a difference. My passion is helping families by giving children a voice when they have been made victims or experienced trauma. Helping them have hope to heal. At CARE House I am able to play a role in the healing process of families, and see children become survivors.”
Franchseka Russell (M.Ed, LPC)
Therapist & Forensic Interviewer
"Often times children who are abused lose their voice. I am grateful to be part of an organization that helps children find their voice all while providing hope, and peace to those we serve in the community"
Jasmine McFadden (MS)
Intake Coordinator - Lower Region
"I’ve always been passionate about ensuring that justice is served to victims, especially child victims. I love knowing that with my help, a significant change for the better, can be made in a child’s life. It is a wonderful feeling waking up in the morning to come to an agency where I can say “I am going to make a difference today”."
Dr. Michael Foxworth
HopeHealth Pediatrician and
Forensic Medical Provider
Nysie Muldrow (AS)
"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 &
"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."
"I love being a part of an organization that helps make a difference in children’s lives."
Anna Weiss (BGS)
Medical Assistant & Intake Specialist
"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."
Allana Hilley (BS)
"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."
Alice Curry Gallego (BA)
"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."
Deborah Cress (BS)
"I'm proud to be a part of an organization that helps children overcome and heal from the traumatic events they've been dealt. Children are our future, they need advocates to help them become healthy adults. That is what the CARE House does."