Infant Mortality Reduction Initiative: Case Manager
Carrie Mott is an Infant Mortality Reduction Case Manager who provides education, support, resource referrals and general empowerment for pregnant mothers for Southeastern Missouri Area Health Education Center. As a mother of two and lifelong local community member she has a unique understanding of the barriers families face today and truly believes in the phrase “It takes a village to raise a child”. She has been a dedicated Social Worker working for multiple non-profit agencies for nearly 10 years.. She has supported some of the most vulnerable populations including domestic violence survivors, the homeless, and children. With such broad experiences, she has learned that her true passion has always been with children and families. Carrie continuously works on educating herself with the most current information on parenting, child welfare, and family dynamics to ensure the best chances of helping her client and their family be healthy, happy, and successful.
Carrie earned her Bachelors of Science in Social Work for Southeast Missouri State university in 2013 and her Community Health Worker Certification in 2019.
Currently, Carrie lives in Scott County Missouri with her fiance and two children. She spends her free time getting her children involved in the local community, Boy Scouts, and volunteering.