Wednesday, June 14, 2017 5:01 PM Anonymous

CPAH welcomes two Resident Services Coordinators

Zahra Abukar received her B.S. in Public health at Portland State University, and was recently admitted to Lewis and Clark’s Professional Mental Health Counseling program. Zahra has extensive experience providing direct service to at-risk families and youth. She worked as a Family Support Worker for Healthy Families America, and through intensive weekly home visits provided community referrals, advocacy and case management to low income families. Zahra is passionate about doing prevention work and is looking forward to putting it to work in her new role at CPAH as a Resident Services Coordinator.Bill Fitzpatrick comes to CPAH with extensive community organizing, case management, and social service experience. Having first started as a crisis counselor with the Long Island Crisis Center, he has since gone on to work as a labor organizer, patient advocate, and social worker. He received his Bachelor of Arts in History from Brooklyn College, his Masters in Labor Studies from The Murphy Institute, and is preparing to finish his Masters in Social Work at Portland State University.

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