Divine Baker, MA, MFT
Coordinator of In-Home Services
Divine Baker, MA, MFT started at Face to Face as an intern in May 2013. She now works in the Intensive Systemic Therapy program as the Lead Practitioner providing in-home services for Ramsey County. Divine uses her professional training and personal experiences to assist families to utilize their unique talents and capacities to overcome social justice issues and historical trauma. Divine’s approach to therapy is collaborative and includes harm reduction, trauma informed, strength based, and psychoeducation. Divine is passionate and dedicated to providing service to at-risk youth and their families in the community.
Sarah Boyd RN
Registered Nurse, OB program
Sarah has worked as a RN with Face to Face’s obstetrics (OB) program since 2019. She has a background in mental health nursing as well as in eating disorder treatment. Prior to becoming a nurse, Sarah was a teacher. She made the transition from teaching to nursing knowing she would still very much be pursuing her passion for empowering people through education–just in a different setting. Sarah is a proud feminist, so naturally she loves working in women’s health and fighting for reproductive justice. In her spare time, she enjoys camping, traveling to any and everywhere, and spending time with her family and friends. Fun fact: She also studied marine biology for a while in college and is obsessed with the ocean and all the creatures within it.
Case Management Supervisor
Donnell (he/him/his) has a B.S. Degree Pastoral Counseling and over 15 years of working in the community doing youth work with youth that have been experiencing homelessness.