Sara Fox is the Treatment Services Program Manager for the Oregon Department of Human Services, Child Welfare Division. This team is responsible for contracting with, supporting and reviewing contracted providers offering supportive services to children and young adults with specialized needs. The team also assists Child Welfare staff statewide in system navigation to locate services for youth who have experienced complex trauma.
Sara’s educational focus centers on social work with degrees in Psychology, Family Studies and Social Services. She has served in Child Welfare for ten years as a Treatment Analyst and ICWA Permanency worker prior to her current role. Before joining ODHS, she spent eight years in executive management with a non-profit Behavior Rehabilitative Services (BRS) program and three years as a Therapeutic Foster Parent, primarily serving teen boys. She enjoys spending time with her husband and two teens, 13 and 15 years old.