Jasmine graduated from Mercer County High School in 2010, where she then attended EKU Danville campus. She is a black belt in Karate and also helps teach Karate classes. She loves dancing and teaching others to dance as well. She is currently working to further her education and will be a Licensed Massage Therapist.
Nikki is currently pursuing her Bachelor's degree in Social Work and an associates in Psychology.
Casey earned a Bachelors degree in Human Services and Counseling from Lindsey Wilson College. Casey has volunteered for the Center for Courageous Kids in the past. She will be serving the Mercer County area. Casey also provides Targeted Case Management Services for CAFCA.
Crystal has an Associates Degree in Medical Assisting from National College. She has a history of working with children and adults with disabilities. Crystal hopes to one day continue her education in counseling/case management. She enjoys spending time with her two children and her dogs and cats. She is currently providing CLS in the Lincoln County area.
Melvin "Miles" Jackson has a Bachelor's degree in Music Performance from Eastern Kentucky University. He has a history of working with children as an ESL teacher and as a CAFCA employee. He is currently providing Community Living Supports in the Mercer County area.
Allison is a junior at Asbury University who is majoring in Social Work with a minor in Equine Studies. In the past she has volunteered her time with the Kentucky Special Olympics. She will be providing Community Living Supports in the Jessamine and Mercer County areas.
Kelli is a graduate from Mercer County High School. For twenty years she has been a professional photographer. Over the past several years she has had the opportunity to work with adults with disabilities. She loves working with people in the community and has volunteered her time to help others.
Jeannie graduated from Johnson University with a Bachelor of Arts in Human Services and Bible and Theology. She is equipped to serve families and the community. Mending relationships through holistic approaches is a passion of hers. Before coming on board at CAFCA Jeannie volunteered for three years at a woman’s safe-house in Knoxville TN.
Crystal has always enjoyed working in the helping field and becoming a role model for those around her. She has a history of working with adults and children with disabilities in the past, along with being a caregiver in a clinical setting. Crystal also has three children, so this role comes naturally to her. She is looking forward to being in the community helping individuals to achieve their personal goals.