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Clinical Supervisor, Behavioral Health Workforce Partnership

Stephanie McCoy, MSW

Stephanie is a lifelong resident of Stockton, a graduate of Franklin High School who went on to complete two Associate degrees from San Joaquin Delta College, one in Child Development and another in Liberal Studies. She continued her education at Stanislaus State, earning a Baccalaureate degree in Child Development as well as her Master of Social Work degree.

Stephanie has worked in San Joaquin County in the Social Services and Educational fields for over 30 years. In her various roles, she has served on a number of committees and commissions, including the Children's Services Coordinating Commission, San Joaquin County Council for the Quality Education and Care of Children (CQECC), San Joaquin County Human Trafficking Task Force, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) advisory committee, and the Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention Commission, among others.

Stephanie spent many years providing direct service and social support to families who had children enrolled in the Head Start program prior to committing to a career in Social Work. Upon the change in career path, Stephanie took on administrative positions that afforded her the opportunity to collaborate with many local school districts, County agencies and Community Based Organizations. As a result of her years of continued networking and grant writing, she helped the Child Abuse Prevention Council secure over $12 million in one fiscal year, enabling the agency to quadruple in size.

Despite her administrative achievements, Stephanie's true passion has always been on the direct care level. When asked why she was interested in her current position, Stephanie shared "we need passionate committed humans in our workforce and I feel that I have given a good 30 years to the members of this community and now it's time for me to share that knowledge and passion with others to keep the flame burning, to make San Joaquin County a better place to live and work.”