Stephanie Wrencher has accumulated more than 16 years of relevant experience working with
a diverse population. Some of the skills that she has developed include but are not limited to
trauma focused behavioral management, crisis de-escalation; program development and
supervision and development of staff.
She currently works with Graham Windham Services for Children and Families in New
York City, founded in 1806 providing leadership in the Bridges to Health (B2H) program.
This program works with youths attached to the New York State Office of Children and
Family Services, Division of Juvenile Justice and Opportunities for Youth (DJJOY),
Foster Care and the Administration for Children Service. Here she supervises Health Care
Integrators as they provide to the most vulnerable youths of New York City wavering levels of
trauma which the youth, their families and the communities. Prior to her accent to that
position she worked as a Permanency Planner within this organization, where she coordinated
healthy living services for at risk children and families.
Stephanie, in her quest to work with the young people of New York, is also employed as a
Waiver Service Provider for the Jewish Child Care Association. Here, she works to improve the
safety, health, and well-being of Children in foster care, prevent institutionalization, and follow
the eligible child through foster care placement, return home, or adoption plan.
In other foray, Stephanie was also the manager of Care Coordinators with the Mental Health
Association of Westchester, where she was responsible for clients within the organization’s
Continuing Day Treatment Program. Prior to this she was a senior supervisor for the HELP/PSI
Cobra Program where she provided direct supervision to care managers to assist with the
development of effective interventions and care plans.
Stephanie Wrencher graduated with a Masters of Social Work in 2014 from the Adelphi
University, Garden City New York. In addition, she also possesses a Masters of Public
Administration and a Bachelor of Professional Studies and Human Services from the
Metropolitan College of New York.