Meet Our Caseworkers
Each of our caseworkers serves an entire region of Georgia. No matter where you are within her region, your caseworker will travel to you and meet you in the environment where you are most comfortable. You can contact your caseworker directly by using the information below. You may also email us or call our office any time at 1-800-226-5683.
Jennifer loves coffee, books, and outdoor activities like camping and hiking. She joined CCS in 2015 and travels to wherever birthmothers in the Central Georgia and West-Central Georgia area are and counsels them about the adoption process and their life circumstances.
Jocelyn earned her M.A. in Pastoral Counseling: Marriage & Family Therapy from Liberty University. She joined our team in 2018 after completing internships with both Covenant Care and The Living Vine Maternity Home. She and her husband live in the Savannah area with their four children.
Athens/Northeast Georgia & Augusta
Callie enjoys being creative and spending time outside. She has been with CCS since 2012 and maintains relationships with pregnancy centers, health departments, hospital social workers, and mental health professionals in the region she serves. She also works with students at the University of Georgia. She received her B.S. in counseling-psychology from Toccoa Falls College and her M.A in professional counseling from Columbia International University. Before joining CCS, she counseled women at the South Carolina Department of Corrections, was a foster care case manager for DFCS, worked with the Columbia Urban League, and volunteered at a pregnancy center.
Leah enjoys listening to music and visiting the beach with her friends. She joined Covenant Care in 2015 to serve birthmothers and pregnancy service providers in Valdosta and Southwest Georgia. In addition to her work with Covenant Care, Leah volunteers mentoring young women at Valdosta State University through a campus ministry. Before joining Covenant Care she spent three years serving women at the pregnancy resource center in Valdosta.
North Metro Atlanta
Meg loves doing Zumba and studying theology. She has been with CCS since 2010. Before joining us, she received her Bachelor of Social Work degree from North Carolina State University and her Master of Social Work degree from East Carolina University. She worked for two years as a case manager for families of children with special needs, and she served birthmothers and adoptive families in North Carolina for eight years.