Tatiana McCoy, MSW serves as a community based social worker for the Family Advocacy and Support program at the Center for Violence Prevention.
Tatiana McCoy, MSW is a community-based social worker at CHOP's Center for Violence Prevention (CVP) in the Family Advocacy and Support program. Her role focuses on connecting adolescents and their families suffering with traumatic loss to supportive and long-term resources.
Tatiana has experience in assisting families in child welfare working with a Community Umbrella Agency (CUA) and providing intensive case management to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Her interest in the healthy development of children and families infuses her drive to continue practice in collaborative roles of sustaining families.
MSW, West Chester University of Pennsylvania, 2020
BS, The Pennsylvania State University (Human Development & Family Studies), 2016
Community-Based Social Worker, Family Advocacy & Support, Center for Violence Prevention