Community Case Management in Columbus

Our Community Case Management team serves youth ages 11- 19 who have survived the realities of sex-trafficking, are actively being exploited, or are at risk of victimization. Our services are based on a comprehensive, trauma-informed care model. This personalized process is tailored to meet the complex needs of the most vulnerable youth in our community, young people who have been taken advantage of, coerced, and forced into exploitation. 

If you have a referral for Community Case Management, or you have questions, contact us at [email protected] or 614.665.0665. Or you can fill out our COMMUNITY CASE MANAGEMENT REFERRAL FORM here.

Meet Our Case Managers:

  • Traci Louden

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    Traci graduated from Ohio Dominican University with a degree in Social Work. She's worked with Child Protective Services, but her passion has always been to work for a faith-based organization that serves families and at-risk youth. She joined our staff in January 2019. 

  • Jessica Steinbrink

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    Jess received both her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Social Work from The Ohio State University with minors in Substance Abuse Treatment and Equine Studies. She was introduced to domestic human trafficking during her undergraduate studies, and discovered Gracehaven while doing research for a class project and wanted to get involved. As a licensed social worker, she is committed to meeting unmet needs within her community and showing love to underserved people.

  • Carrie Rapp

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    Carrie was an intern at Gracehaven from January-May of 2018. She graduated with a degree in Social and Human Services from Columbus State University. It was always her dream to be involved with supporting and advocating for the voiceless. Her passion is seeing survivors of sex trafficking and high-risk children understand how much God loves and values them, and for all people to live out their potential.