Jacqueline Kendrick, MSW, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker who oversees the trauma informed intensive case management services of the Violence Intervention Program.
Jacqueline Kendrick, MSW, LCSW serves as the Clinical Project Manager II for CHOP’s Violence Intervention Program (VIP) which provides trauma-informed case management services to violently-injured youth and their families. For more than 15 years, she have worked extensively with children and adolescents and their families in a variety of community and site based settings. Jackie has worked in child welfare, community outreach and training, behavioral health and crisis intervention. In her role as the Clinical Project Manager, she provides ongoing leadership for establishing VIP policies and procedures and provide expertise in case management programming and implementation. As an advocate for VIP youth and families, Jackie works to continuously establish and maintain community partnerships to better holistically meet the needs of those VIP serves.
Jackie received her Bachelor of Science in Human Services with a minor in Disability Studies from the University of Delaware and her Master of Science in Social Work from Columbia University. During her time at Columbia, her focus was on advanced clinical practice with a concentration in health, mental health, and disabilities.
BS, University of Delaware (Human Services), 2005
MS, Columbia University (Social Work), 2008
Clinical Project Manager II, Center for Violence Prevention, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia