Caroline Menapace Glavin, MSW, LCSW serves as the Outreach & Assessment Specialist for both the Violence Intervention Program and the Growing Resilience in Teens (GRIT) Program under the Healthier Together Initiative at CHOP
Caroline Menapace Glavin, MSW, LCSW is the Outreach & Assessment Specialist serving both the Violence Intervention Program and the Growing Resilience in Teens (GRIT) Program under the Healthier Together Initiative at CHOP. As the Outreach and Assessment Specialist, Caroline provides outreach, trauma-informed Needs Assessments and emotional support to families in order to connect them with appropriate support and services.
Caroline has served as an Adjunct Professor at Thomas Jefferson University (TJU) and a Teaching Assistant at The University of Pennsylvania. Caroline has been a site supervisor for 2nd year graduate students from various Philadelphia schools. Caroline currently serves as the Co-Chair of the Philadelphia Coalition of Victim Advocacy. Caroline is enrolled in the Doctorate of Clinical Social Work Program at The University of Pennsylvania.
BA, Fairfield University, 2012 MSW, University of Pennsylvania, 2014 DSW, University of Pennsylvania, Expected 2023
Outreach & Assessment Specialist, Center for Violence Prevention, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Co-Developer, Building Resilience After a Violence Event (BRAVE): A Trauma-Informed Group Curriculum for Adolescents After a Violent Event
Co-Chair, The Philadelphia Coalition for Victim Advocacy