PCAP Case Manager
“Connection feels like the key to me. Without a true connection with someone it’s very hard to earn trust and grow rapport.”
Lori brings her lived experience to her daily work with clients. She spent much of her life homeless or in what she calls “questionable environments”. At seventeen, Lori became pregnant and began fighting her way out of homelessness and poverty in a quest to create a better life for herself and her family.
“I love my life now and I am in a place where I want to give back. I want to be the person that I wish I had in my life when I was younger. I can do that here at Sound Pathways.”
Lori holds an AA in English/Literature Mendocino College and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from American Intercontinental University.