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.

 

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Meet Our Case Managers:

  • 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.

  • Micayla Wilson

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    I graduated from Mount Vernon Nazarene University in May of 2017 with an Intercultural Studies Christian Ministry degree and is currently in pursuit of a Masters in Social Work. I began working at Gracehaven in May of 2017 as a full-time Residential Assistant, then continued to move into different supervisory roles and now currently work as a case manager. In college, I had pursued working with at-risk youth in both avenues of ministry and social work and had hopes to one day work alongside teens who had been trafficked or exploited. The beautiful thing about Gracehaven is how these fields intertwine. I love working at Gracehaven because through providing a safe place to live, meeting kids where they are, being safe adults who love unconditionally, giving them good food to eat, therapeutic services and a nurturing atmosphere (many of these things that are so different from what has been "normal" for our youth) we point them towards Jesus who is the ultimate hope. It is an honor and privilege to work alongside these kids and to be a part of their journey. 

  • Madison Grover

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    Madison started at Gracehaven in 2021 as a Comprehensive Case Manager. She has an Associate of Arts degree from Columbus State Community College, but grew a deep love for working with at-risk youth through volunteer experience. For three years Madison worked as a volunteer Bible study leader in an inner-city high school Bible study, where she mentored students and taught them life skills as well as fostering their spiritual growth. This experience revealed the need of the communities in the Columbus area, and equipped her with skills to invest in youth. She has a heart for giving youth hope for their future, instilling wisdom to live well, and showing them with every interaction the deep love that God has for them. When not at work, you can find her baking, playing guitar, and spending quality time with family and friends.