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Partnership’s Director of Victim Support Services Wins Statewide Recognition
(Chattanooga, TN) May 9, 2022 – Carmen Hutson, Director of Victim Support Services for Partnership for Families, Children and Adults (Partnership), received the 2022 Voices for Victims Award at a ceremony on April 27. The Award was given to Hutson in Chattanooga as part of National Crime Victim Rights Week in recognition of her outstanding service on behalf of victims of crimes.
“Carmen epitomizes the essence of this award and has demonstrated this type of service and support for years in our community,” said Pam Ladd, Partnership Chief Executive Officer. “Our entire Partnership team joins me in congratulating Carmen for her outstanding service and commitment to the support, respect, and empowerment of crime victims.
Hutson, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, earned her master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Georgia. She was with the Partnership from 2010 until 2018 as its Clinical Director of Stability Services. After then working at United Way for almost three years, Hutson returned to Partnership in December 2021, to take the helm of Victim Support Services.
Partnership for Families, Children and Adults is a non-profit human services agency that assists people in building better lives through counseling, crisis intervention, prevention, and education programs. These services would otherwise not be available to individuals and families in 25 Tennessee counties and four counties in North Georgia. The Partnership is celebrating its 145th anniversary this year.