Please welcome the newest member of MCAP's team: Ingrid Parker, M.A., LPC! As MCAP’s first social worker in the new role of Director of Community Partnerships, Ingrid is helping MCAP to formalize the process by which we connect the children we serve to the appropriate therapeutic and social services and to expand MCAP's network of behavioral health resources. As a Pennsylvania Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Licensed Behavior Specialist, Ingrid will also use her expertise to further develop a trauma-informed culture at MCAP and provide our MCAP advocates with clinical insight and support to ensure the best interests of our child clients are met. Ingrid resides in Montgomery County with her husband and children. ... See MoreSee Less
We are so grateful to Sarah Klein for making the connection to Moira Anne Artisan, who will be donating the proceeds of the sale of this GORGEOUS necklace, the Harper, to MCAP! Go get some beauty for yourself or someone you love and support MCAP, too - it's a win-WIN!
Link to the necklace on Moira's shop page in the comments!I am so proud of my girl @sarahgklein and her feature in this month’s issue of a Philadelphia Magazine @phillymag. I am in awe of her courage, and relentless pursuit for reform and justice for victims of sexual assault #SB540. I ❤️u @sarahgklein and everyone, who knows you is better because of it. In the feature Sarah is wearing my @moira_anne_artisan , Harper necklace, proceeds for sales of this necklace will be donated to Montgomery County Child Advocacy Project MONTGOMERY CHILD ADVOCACY PROJECT MCAP #reform#childusadvocacy ... See MoreSee Less
Listen to former #MCAP child client Joyce describe her journey from #childabuse #victim to #empowered young woman and @SG_Klein speak to the importance of #advocacy. You can help! Click here: https://t.co/Nkb02Mf1I0 via @YouTube