Julia Hudson

Parent Educator

julia@familyresourcecenterneg.org
706-778-3100 ext. 101

Julia is a recent graduate of Piedmont College with her bachelor of arts in Art Therapy and minor in Psychology. After doing her internship at the Family Resource Center she fell in love with what we do for families in the community. Her goal in life is to give every child the tools to be successful. Julia loves children and wants to give families the support to grow closer together. She lives in Franklin County, Georgia at the family farm. She’s married to her highschool sweetheart and has two furry babies, a donkey, Miles and a puppy, Bronx. In her spare time Julia’s hobbies include cooking, baking, ceramics and other art projects.


Tari Ramos

Counseling Program Coordinator and First Steps Coordinator

tari@familyresourcecenterneg.org
706-778-3100 ext. 106

Tari has been coordinating our First Steps program for 13 years and continues to enjoy meeting with new moms at the hospital. She is also our Counseling Program Coordinator and is the main contact for all counseling client interactions. She helps with our website, data entry and graphic design projects. She has been married for 29 years and has two daughters in college. Her favorite hobbies are reading, cooking and creating artwork out of recycled cardboard.


Jennifer Stein

Executive Director

jennifer@familyresourcecenterneg.org
706-778-3100 ext. 103

Jennifer’s passion for helping families realize their full potential started when she served on PCAH’s board of directors in 2013. After becoming trained as a volunteer Stewards of Children facilitator, and seeing the immense need for families to have access to the tools and support to help strengthen their families to raise healthy children, she felt the pull to leave the corporate world of sales and marketing. Since becoming Executive Director in 2015, Jennifer with the board of director’s support, has helped PCAH secure funding to start two new programs: supervised family visitation and counseling for child victims or adult survivors of child abuse. With this growth of programs brought the creation of today’s Family Resource Center which is designed to help families have a central place for education and support and to give them the opportunity to transform their lives regardless of their past circumstances. A home filled with nurturing principles, compassion, and accountability leads to a thriving family and a strong community. Jennifer with her husband and three children have lived in Clarkesville for eleven years. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management and her MBA in Human Resource Management.