Claire Titcombe, LMSW, MPH, MHA, CTFCBT

Claire Titcombe, LMSW, MPH, MHA, CTFCBT

Claire Titcombe has been working within the human services field for the past decade. During that time, she has had extensive experience working with children and adolescents experiencing trauma, the family-child dyad, and attachment support. Claire has also been working on the administrative side of the field to provide better care models for the populations that she serves. With this in mind, she has worked to gain experience grant writing and fundraising as well as supporting the staff that she works with each day. Claire is passionate about program improvement, staff development, trauma informed practice, and person-centered care.

Cafe 105: Reducing the Gap for Low-income Moms: Cherry Health and Luke Project 52

Room 203

The presentation shares the unique rationale and outcomes of The Luke Project 52 Clinic. Understanding the many factors affecting infant mortality the medical staff focuses on the issue of intermediate or inadequate prenatal care while the auxiliary staff and volunteers operate a free diaper, food, and clothing bank, a childcare room, and transportation program while […]