Holmdel, NJ – Hope Trust is helping celebrate Social Work Month in March by raising awareness about the meaningful and rewarding work done by our Hope Care Coordinators. Social workers are trained to holistically examine and improve the lives of the people they work with. Nationwide, social workers touch the lives of millions of people everyday by helping people solve problems, cope with personal issues, and gain access to the resources they need to succeed.

At Hope Trust our Care Coordinators, many of whom are social workers, comprise the backbone of our organization. They are a team of dedicated professionals building relationships, scheduling appointments, and ensuring our clients receive the high quality care they deserve.

“We are extremely excited to be honoring the social workers that serve as our Care Coordinators this month. They work around the clock to provide care and peace of mind to our clients, and we could not ask for a better team.” — Daria Placitella, Chief Executive Officer, Hope Trust

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics social work continues to be one of the fastest growing careers in the nation, with more than 100,000 people expected to enter the field in just seven years. Our organization sees the need for an increasing number of social workers due to a growing demand for quality care services for people with special needs.

You can find social workers literally everywhere in our society. For example, they are in schools helping students overcome life challenges, so students can get the best possible education. They’re in clinics, hospitals and mental health centers helping people recover; and in federal, state and local government pushing for legislation and regulations to improve quality of life.

The Care Coordinators at Hope Trust work very closely with the families and individuals we service. They are on call 24/7/365 to handle the tasks of daily living and managing a household, handling paperwork, or even arranging tickets to a ballgame or a vacation. Our Care Coordinators are enthusiastic about providing a comprehensive “high-touch” approach to assisting our clients. It’s an area where our team stands above the field.

“The services provided by our Care Coordinators are a crucial building block to the driving vision at Hope Trust. Our mission is to provide comprehensive service to our clients and their families, and we commend our Care Coordinators for their high level of competence and the individualized attention they offer the families we work with.” — Cynthia Boyer, PhD Chief Clinical Officer, Hope Trust