Working at Ralston House
I’ve worked with Ralston House since 2006. I have been a Forensic Interviewer and a Victim Advocate. Currently, I am the Victim Service Coordinator.
How I got involved
I was a law enforcement-based victim advocate …
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Working at Ralston HouseI’ve worked with Ralston House since 2006. I have been a Forensic Interviewer and a Victim Advocate. Currently, I am the Victim Service Coordinator.How I got involvedI was a law enforcement-based victim advocate at the Arvada Police Department. At that time, Arvada Police Department had advocates that were a part of their child advocacy center. Eventually, Ralston House came along and it was a natural progression for me to become a part of Ralston House.Why I do what I doI have worked in the child abuse field for over 20 years. I am honored to work with many amazing professionals who have dedicated their lives to helping children and families recover and thrive. I am also honored to work with remarkable children and families who have the courage to come to Ralston House, share their stories and begin their journey towards healing.Outside of workI am a Colorado native. I enjoy the outdoors — hiking, biking, golf and spending time with my family.
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