Shelter Case Management
Angie has been married to her husband Gabe for 10 years. Together they have 7 Kids and 3 Grandchildren. Through her faith she has been able to overcome many adversities. She has a passion to serve others and strives to make a difference. In 2003 after years of struggling with addiction and hopelessness, Angie found a new hope in the lord. She was able to take all of her pain and past mistakes and use them to understand and help other women with similar experiences. In 2007 she began to work for PCAP, a program that helps women to set goals, connects them to services in the community , and encourages them to take steps to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Angie is passionate about helping others , and being part of positive change. She is grateful to be part of the Family Promise team and is committed to helping end homelessness in Skagit County.
Transitional House Case Management
Danielle was born and raised in Skagit County. She is a proud mom to her 3.5 year old daughter and she is engaged to be married next year. She went to Skagit Valley College and found the Human Services program which led her to finding Family Promise. She started as a practicum student, part time, for about 6 months before COVID hit and was forced to leave. She was then brought back as a full time employee at the end of May and is now the IHN Case Manager and Youth Services Coordinator at our Day Center location and looks forward to the great work she can help provide and assist families who are facing hard times. She looks forward to being able to be apart of the Family Promise team and network and giving back to her community.