In this episode, we learn about the power of the Connecticut Council of Family Service Agencies and how it helped a senior recover from the trauma of being abused by a home care worker hired by the senior. To learn more about the CCFSA, go to http://CTFSA.org.
The Connecticut Council of Family Service Agencies, Inc. is a statewide network of thirteen independent, non-profit, family service agencies that deliver services to over 100,000 families annually from more than 100 sites located throughout Connecticut. Member Agencies are community-based, licensed by the State of CT and nationally accredited. Governed by volunteer boards of directors from their respective communities, Family Service Agencies have been effectively serving CT families for over 100 years.
Cindy O’Neill is the Director of Programs for the Connecticut Council of Family Service Agencies. She joined CCFSA after making her mark in the private sector in various leadership roles. Her strong communications skills, as well as a knack for critical thinking, have helped redefine the Director of Programs role at CCFSA.
Erica Mastroianni is a Regional Coordinator for the VOCA case management program here at CCFSA and a graduate of Albertus Magnus College in New Haven, CT. She has nine years’ experience working with the behavioral health population at Waterbury Hospital as well as Center for Youth and Families in Torrington, CT.