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Meet your Coordinator

Jennifer began her mission of serving children and their families through pediatric occupational therapy following her undergraduate degree in occupational therapy from Eastern Kentucky University and Master’s degree in health sciences from the University of Florida. Since leaving the professional world 13 years ago to be exclusively a stay at home mom, she has continued her love for supporting families and enriching the lives of children through volunteer roles and children’s programming at her home church Vibrant: Christian Church in Mechanicsburg and the recent publication of two children’s books: Little Lion’s Big Move and We Adopted a Shark.
The parents of 5 boys ranging from age 1-13 (three biological and two adopted through the foster care system), Jennifer and her husband Nick have focused prayer, resources, and energy toward improving the lives of vulnerable children within their sphere influence. When not working or trying desperately to keep up with the energy of five young boys, Jennifer enjoys reading/writing, hiking, traveling, and trying new teas. Originally from Kentucky, Jennifer now resides in Cumberland county with her husband, five sons and a rescue dog named Coco.

County Events
Visit our Events Page for more details on all upcoming Keystone Family Alliance events!
Here are some great resources in Cumberland County. Contact the Coordinator for more resources!
Christian Alliance for Orphans (CAFO)

The Christian Alliance for Orphans unites more than 200 respected organizations and 850+ church members. Our joint initiatives inspire and equip Christians to effectively live out the Bible’s call to care for orphans and vulnerable children.

Cumberland County Children and Youth Services

The Cumberland County Children and Youth Social Service Agency is a public child welfare agency mandated to provide protection services to Cumberland County's children and their families. The Agency investigates all reports of child abuse and neglect and provides intervention services to address safety threats and risk factors and stabilize the family. The Agency's mission is to address the safety, permanency and well-being of children and youth at risk of abuse and neglect.

Families United Network

Families United Network provides safety, permanency, and well-being for PA children and families through foster care and adoption

Safe Families

Our focus is to help individuals heal, energize, and become aware of their inner strengths. We achieve this by providing a neutral safe space, listening to your concerns, and customizing a treatment plan.

Our Father's Hope

Cares for vulnerable children and families in Central PA through two main ministries: Naomi's Closet of Hope offering free clothing to foster/adoptive/kinship families, and Backpacks of Hope, filled backpacks for children transitioning into foster care

Launch Pad Independent Living

The Launch Pad provides semi-supervised apartments, independent living services, and trauma-informed care to young adults ages 18-23.

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