Social Worker of the Month

SCFPA wants to recognize workers who are making a difference in the lives of children. Each worker selected will receive a $100 gift card and a Certificate of Recognition. Send worker name, contact information and reason for nomination to Mary Brown.

Amber Hayden
June 2020

CONGRATULATIONS Amber!  It is our pleasure to recognize Amber Hayden, Case Manager with Greenville County DSS.  Thank you, Amber, for outstanding service to children and families!

From one family who nominated Amber, “Amber was new when we got her as our caseworker, but she is amazing. She is involved, concerned, compassionate, and kind. She certainly has the needs of the child, foster parent, and the families in her mind. She is prompt in getting needed information and providing what we need. She calls to check on our child when he is sick or has been sick. She provides resources and updates as needed. You can tell she truly loves her job and the children. She also has been a Rockstar during COVID19. This has not been an easy time, yet she has been available via Skype and FaceTime. She has worked tirelessly to make sure we are okay during this pandemic as well. I could write a book! She is simply a Rockstar and deserves to be recognized!”

Congratulations, Amber! It is our privilege to honor you as Social Worker of the Month!

Amber Hayden
June 2020

CONGRATULATIONS Amber!  It is our pleasure to recognize Amber Hayden, Case Manager with Greenville County DSS.  Thank you, Amber, for outstanding service to children and

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Courtney Mericle
May 2020

CONGRATULATIONS Courtney!  It is our pleasure to recognize Courtney Mericle, with York County DSS!  Thank you, Courtney, for outstanding service to children and families! As

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Nikki Johnson
April 2020

CONGRATULATIONS Nikki! It is our pleasure to recognize Nikki Johnson, a Family Support Coordinator in Upstate Foster Family and Licensing Support. Nikki is an exemplary

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