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March is National Social Work Month: Denise Heaton

Mar Tue, 2023, See more: Staff Spotlight

Denise is a disabled Navy Veteran, who served ten years in the Navy. She has been a Social Worker for 19 years. Denise began her career in Dependency Case Management in October of 2003 and quickly worked her way into a supervisory position in 2004. 

In 2005, her career took a turn and she began working as a Child Protective Investigator. In 2011 she returned to case management. She left that position in 2018 and became a Kinship Specialist, working with the Level 1 team to work towards licensing relative and non-relatives as level 1 foster parents. In May of 2022 her career took her to the Foster Family Support team in the Family Finder program. In October of 2022 Denise became the Foster Family Support Supervisor for Circuit Fourteen.

We appreciate all you do, Denise. Thank you for serving our Country and taking care of the children and families in our community.  

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