Tabetha Mitz was born and raised in Hawaii, and she is a recent graduate from the University of Hawaii with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. She has experience as a paraprofessional where she worked with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and she also has child care experience from working with children in a child development center. Tabetha hopes to earn her masters in counseling, and her future career goal is to become a licensed marriage and family counselor. Tabetha says that Help Me Grow and the AmeriCorps program is significant to her because it allows her to be able to express her passion for helping people and being proactive in my community. Welcome, Tabetha!
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. In addition, Help Me Grow Alabama is supported by an AmeriCorps State Grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service provided by The Governor's Office of Volunteer Services.