Angie Johnson recently joined the team as Help Me Grow Northeast Alabama Regional Care Coordinator at the United Way of Etowah County. Angie has a B.S. degree in Human Services and has spent many years serving the community in various programs. Angie has previous experience working with families and children from her time as Case Manager for Children’s Services, as well as serving for eight years as Program Manager for Big Brothers Big Sisters. Angie has one son, five grandchildren and one great granddaughter. She loves to spend time with all her grandchildren and volunteer at her granddaughter’s elementary school. Angie is very excited to be part of the Help Me Grow team and looks forward to providing assistance to families in the Northeast Alabama region! One of Angie’s favorite quotes is, “No man is so tall as when he stoops to help a child”-Abraham Lincoln
Help Me Grow Alabama is a program of the Alabama Partnership for Children as an affiliate of the Help Me Grow National Network.
Help Me Grow Alabama is funded by the Alabama Department of Early Childhood Education through the Preschool Development Grant, the Alabama Department of Human Resources, and the Alabama Department of Mental Health through a Project LAUNCH Grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association.
Help Me Grow Alabama partners with 2-1-1 Connects Alabama for implementation in nine regions of the state.