Sarah Frohock

Clinical Supervisor at Butte County

Location:
1859 Bird Street, Oroville, California, United States
Company:
Butte County
HQ Phone:
(530) 532-5650
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Last Updated 12/5/2016

General Information

Employment History

Project Specialist  - Youth

Education

MSW  - 

MSW degree  - San Jose State University

Web References  

http://www.familyresourcecenters.net/projects-2/the-california-maternal-wellness-summit/presenter-biographies/

Sarah Frohock
Sarah Frohock, MSW, LCSW, currently works as a clinical supervisor with a Northern California public behavioral health agency. She worked previously as a project specialist with the Strategies program of Youth for Change in the Strengthening Families Initiative. Her primary roles within the initiative were training, technical assistance, and policy and systems activities. Sarah as director of Youth for Change foster care services, overseeing programmatic and clinical operations of treatment and transitional living foster care services in a nonprofit setting. She has also worked in partnership with child welfare to facilitate strengths-based family team decision-making processes with biological families of children in foster care. Sarah has worked extensively in the community around poverty, homelessness, and economic human rights issues and has taught social work at the university level. She has been a Certified Domestic Violence Counselor since 1998 and received a MSW degree from San Jose State University in 2000.

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Sarah Frohock E-mail: sfrohock@youth4change.org Sarah Frohock is a Prevention Project Specialist with Strategies, working within the Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Initiative. Her primary roles within the initiative are training, technical assistance, and policy/systems activities. Sarah has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 2005. Prior to her work with Strategies, she was a Director of Foster Care Services, overseeing the programmatic and clinical operations of traditional, treatment, and transitional living foster care services within a non-profit setting. She has also worked in partnership with child welfare to facilitate strengths-based family team decision making processes with biological families of children in foster care. Sarah has worked extensively in the community around poverty, homelessness, and economic human rights issues and has taught social work at the university level. She has been a Certified Domestic Violence Counselor since 1998, and received a Master of Social Work from San Jose State University in 2000.

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Past Highlights of Strengthening Families Work « Strategies

For more information contact PSP Executive Director, Jenny Ocon, jocon@parentservices.orgor Strategies Project Specialist Sarah Frohock, sfrohock@youth4change.org.

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