Felicia Baa-Adomako is a case manager for the Philadelphia Partnership for Resilience (PPR). In her role, Felicia provides support to refugees, immigrants, asylum-seekers, and asylees who are survivors of torture. Felicia works with clients to address their social and occupational needs. She is also an advocate for language access and ensures that all of her clients are able to communicate with interpretation with their outside services.
Felicia’s time at NSC began in late 2015 when she interned on the INovative Support Program for Immigrant and Refugee Empowerment (INSPIRE) program, providing case management to refugees with high medical needs. In this role, Felicia connected clients to services that provided them the support they needed to lead independent, stable lives despite their medical needs. Prior to joining NSC, Felicia had experience as a school social worker running special interest groups and conducting individual counseling sessions with elementary and middle school children. Felicia has a Master of Social Work from Widener University and has an interest in art therapy and creative outlets as a way to heal and develop coping mechanisms.