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Celebrating Administrative Assistant/Case Aide-SWAN, Sarah Uncapher

Sarah Uncapher, Administrative Assistant/Case Aide-SWAN JWYC Indiana Branch Written by Lindsey Jones and Janice Rehwald   Sarah grew up in Blairsville, PA, and credits her parents with demonstrating and instilling the value of helping others to her. "I always had a desire to have a career in a helping field." Sarah chose social work as a way to support those in need. This led earning a B.A. in Social Work from Gannon University in Erie, PA. Sarah began her career in the Warren County CYS as a Foster/Adoption Caseworker. She then worked as an Early Intervention Service Coordinator for...

Dive Into Summer with JusticeWorks first Newsletter!

We're excited to launch our national quarterly newsletter that highlights programs, inclusion through celebrations, wellness tips, recipes, recommendations and so much more. We want to give a huge shout-out to the Indiana County's Independent Living program for kicking off our first edition and bringing this newsletter to life. The team worked closely with the youth in their program to create and write this newsletter. The youth worked together to outline a few summer reading recommendations which include authors like Colleen Hoover, Elizabeth Acevedo, and Colum McCann as well as a few...

Take us out to the ball game! A day out with our VIP/ART youth in Hamilton County

The following blog was written by Ian Nutt, Regional Director    The Hamilton County JusticeWorks team travelled to the Great American Ballpark with our VIP/ART youth to watch the Cincinnati Reds face the Los Angeles Dodgers on June 21. Unfortunately, the bad guys won. Our seats in left field had us positioned to nearly catch or recover 3 home run balls - what a blast!    Our youth enjoyed exploring the park, socializing with one another, and of course the ice cream. Before we left for the trip, we held a Family Expectations and Healthy Summer group counseling session. Our youth shared...

Compass Academy Lycoming 7th Annual Open House Graduation

Compass Academy Lycoming celebrated our 7th Annual Open House Graduation on June 3rd, 2022. We recognized the graduation of 4 of our students, and their families were beyond proud and excited! Compass also spotlighted many students who accomplished behavioral, academic, and attendance milestones. Lycoming County Juvenile Probation, Williamsport Area School District, and several additional partners were present to help share on our special day. Educational Director Zachary Sloan and the Compass Team are also ecstatic at the number of students who completed Compass Academy and are returning...


The following blog was co-written by Theo, a youth that participates in JusticeWorks Independent Living Services.  Pride can mean different things to many different people but for the people within the LGBTQIA+ community, it means self-acceptance, visibility, equality, and love. THE HISTORY OF PRIDE MONTH:   Every June, we celebrate Pride Month in honor of the 1969 Stonewall riots and the ongoing strides that the world is taking to achieve equal justice and opportunities for the LGBTQIA+ community. The Stonewall riots took place in June of 1969 when patrons as well as supporters of the...

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