WELCOME TO OHIOKAN

Region 10

Please learn about our region, our partners and services, and all of the resources we have available for you.

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We proudly serve kinship and adoption families throughout the state. Our OhioKAN Region 10 team specifically serves families in our area and is dedicated to making sure you get the resources you deserve.

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COUNTIES SERVED

Adams


Athens


Brown


Fayette


Gallia


Highland


Hocking


Jackson


Lawrence


Meigs


Pike


Ross


Scioto


Vinton


REGION 10 STAFF

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Cari Laws

DIRECTOR

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Cari Laws

Director, Region 10

Cari has dedicated the last 14 years of her career to serving children, youth, and families in a variety of capacities within local government, for-profit, as well as non-profit organizations. Cari’s experience also includes more than 10 years in various leadership roles focusing on oversight and implementation of successful treatment interventions and aftercare strategies for youth, development of agency-wide admissions procedures involving the creation and oversight of a new department, and most recently business development and management of clinical/administrative operations within behavioral healthcare. Cari has experience and passion in streamlining access for families to critical resources/supports and is looking forward to being a part of the state-wide impact of the OhioKAN program. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Wright State University and a Master of Science degree in Psychology from Walden University. Cari is inspired by the Kinnect mission and is ready to contribute as Program Director in Region 10!

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Kimberly Dailey

COORDINATOR

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Kimberly Dailey

Coordinator, Region 10

Previously, Kim was a coordinator for a staffing agency in southern Ohio. The best part of her day was making a great match for employment and being able to fill a need an employer had, while giving a candidate an opportunity to start a career. Being able to interact with the local community really had an impact on her. Kim’s most recent position was as an Insurance Verifications Specialist at Adena Health System for the Rehab department. Her duties were primarily back office functions such as submitting for prior authorizations, data entry, and communication with front office staff. There, she was profoundly impacted by seeing professionals who truly cared for people. Kim also co-leads a support group in Pike County called The Village. They meet monthly in person to help support parents and/or caregivers who are caring for a child or person with different abilities/neurodivergences. The goal is simply to help and let them know they are not alone. The Village is also on Facebook. Kim is ready to take on her new role and see every family living their best lives!

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Lisa Remy

COACH

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Lisa Remy

Coordinator, Region 10

Lisa first joined OhioKAN as a Navigator at Sojourners Care Network before moving on to become Region 10’s Coordinator. Prior to OhioKAN, Lisa served as a Housing Transitional Coordinator through the nonprofit’s Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program. In this role, she provided support to young adults ages 18-24 experiencing homelessness and helped them transition into permanent housing. Lisa has provided Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment (CPST) to young adults as a Qualified mental health specialist and is currently serving as the Vinton County Low-Income Representative on the Board of Trustees for Jackson-Vinton Community Action, Inc. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Developmental Psychology from Liberty University. Lisa is excited to serve kinship and adoptive families in Region 10!

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Carlie Braden

NAVIGATOR

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Carlie Braden

Navigator, Project SAFE (Region 10)

Carlie comes to OhioKAN from CVS Pharmacy, where she works part-time as a registered pharmacy technician. There she fills prescriptions, enters in data/prescriptions from doctors, and processes/troubleshoots any insurance issues. For the past few years,Carlie has helped with the Summer Feeding Program in Hocking County. She also volunteers with the Hocking School Board's Project Safe Food Pantry and Chieftain Closet. Carlie graduated from Ohio Wesleyan University in 2018 with a BA in History, as well as a minor in East Asian Studies. As someone who has worked with many kinship families over the years and struggled along with them to find them adequate help, she is incredibly excited to work for a program dedicated to finding kinship and adoptive families resources!

REGIONAL SITE PARTNERS

Project SAFE
Sojourners Care Network

Serving all families

We are 100% committed to making sure every kinship and adoption family in Ohio who is looking for support will get it. No matter who you are or what your circumstances may be — contact us because we are here for you!