#SpotlightSunday with CSC Therapist Crystal Pitts

What is your favorite thing about your job at the CSC?
Our team. This is the most supportive and loving environment anyone could be lucky enough to work in!!
What is the biggest challenge you face with your job at the CSC?
Seeing children in pain. Also, having a family that needs resources our community may not provide or have enough of.

What is one thing you wish the community knew about the CSC?
That we are here!! We are here to provide services to children and families that have experienced a traumatic event, but coming here should not be traumatic. The staff work tirelessly to make the family and children as comfortable as possible during a very difficult time.

What makes you smile?
Hearing a child’s laughter. #RestoringDreams


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